Ten ways to prevent school refusal
Are you struggling with getting your child to school? Here is some advice on what you should do as a parent – and what you should not do.
Enhancing recovery rates with polymer
Norwegian oil-fueled welfare might be extended for many years to come by the use of very long water-soluble polymers. However, polymers are prone to succumb to several stresses at the same time as having uncertain environmental effects.
New thesis on drilling technology
Milad Khatibi defended his doctorate on 14 November. His PhD thesis sheds new light on particle transportation in petroleum wells.
Traditional gender roles are still prevalent in early kindergartens
Staff in early childhood education and care institutions (ECEC) expect boys to be physical and active when playing, while the girls must be quieter and calmer, says a study.
Do we read differently on paper than on a screen?
On a worldwide scale, we are reading more than ever before. An increasing amount of reading takes place on screen, but how does digitisation affect our reading habits? This is being investigated by an international research network.
New safe artificial rock for plug and abandonment
Based on his PhD research at DrillWell, Mahmoud Khalifeh has developed a new material of geopolymers that could become a game changer for plug and abandonment operations.
– Does everyone play outside even when it rains?
Through the action research project ToWe, Spanish and British kindergarten teachers were given the opportunity to “shadow” their Norwegian colleagues.
Securing the world’s longest floating bridge against strong wind
In order to build the bridge, the engineers need to know exactly how the wind behaves on the bridge site. Scientists are working on a new method for wind measurements.
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