New method for wind measurements
Securing the world’s longest floating bridge against strong wind
5 reasons why a holiday can boost your workplace creativity
Emerging research suggests that taking some time off could be just what you need to boost your creativity at work.
Nursing practices: Lost in translation?
Why do Norwegian nurses use a different procedure than Spanish and English ones when giving the patient an injection? And who has the best way of doing it?
NOK 8,25 million to examine extinction and recovery histories
In an impressive win for environmental humanities research at UiS, Professor Dolly Jørgensen has secured funding for two projects from the Norwegian Research Council (NFR)’s SAMKUL program. Both projects are hosted by The Greenhouse, a UiS program area on environmental humanities.
PhD thesis on Raman spectroscopy in oil recovery
On June 6th, Laura Borromeo defended her doctorate at UiS. Her thesis evaluates if Raman spectroscopy could be applied to enhanced oil recovery (EOR) investigations on the Norwegian shelf and worldwide.
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.
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