New method for wind measurements
Securing the world’s longest floating bridge against strong wind
A new type of matter discovered inside neutron stars
A group of researchers including Aleksi Kurkela from the University of Stavanger and CERN has found strong evidence for the presence of exotic quark matter inside the cores of the largest neutron stars in existence.
4,5 Million NOK in funding on Building Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystems
The project “The role of Universities in building Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystems” – UNEEC have been granted 4,5 millon NOK in funding from the Norwegian Research Council INTPART programme.
The importance of thorough development processes
A new research projects aims to develop new measures for middle school students who struggle with reading. To successfully reach this goal, collaboration with schools and teachers in the project development phase is essential.
Children need self-regulation to learn
According to a new study, there is a strong link between self-regulation and mathematical skills in Norwegian children. “Children need self-regulation in order to take advantage of existing learning opportunities”, says the researcher.
Teachers want to develop themselves for their pupils
The desire to become better at helping and supporting pupils is the most important reason why teachers want to become involved in development work in schools.
Alarm bells should ring if a manager fails to understand the meaning of emotions
At worst, managers are playing Russian roulette with their colleagues’ health.
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