New method for wind measurements
Securing the world’s longest floating bridge against strong wind
Women leaders are catching up
In Norway, two in three managers are still men. Researchers think this gender gap will close in one generation.
Unpacking a secret of photosynthesis
Researchers at Centre for Organelle Research (CORE) have brought us one step closer to solving the fundamental question of how plants build the photosynthetic machinery.
PhD thesis on seafood production and markets
Ruth Beatriz Mezzalira Pincinato (34) has defended her PhD thesis on seafood production and markets at UiS.
How beginners can learn to read music more efficiently
New research shows that literacy learning methods may help beginners to read music.
How can oil technology help heart patients?
The aim of the project is to allow doctors to examine the arteries of the heart non-invasively.
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.
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