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Business Wire
First Ever International Workshop on HVDC Power Cables in the Context of International Submarine Cables and Pipelines and the ABNJPolicy (COLP) of the University of Virginia, the Center for International Law (
First Ever International Workshop on HVDC Power Cables in the Context of International Submarine Cables and Pipelines and the ABNJ
Business Wire / Posted 18 hours ago
Policy (COLP) of the University of Virginia, the Center for International Law (CIL), National University of Singapore, the University of Bergen in Norway, and the International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC). State participation included... Read more
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DW
Refugee welcome begins to wear thin in Greece |between actions and thoughts Theodoros Rakopoulos, a post-doctorate researcher
Refugee welcome begins to wear thin in Greece |
DW / Posted 5 days ago
between actions and thoughts Theodoros Rakopoulos, a post-doctorate researcher in social anthropology at the University of Bergen, Norway, has been volunteering in Idomeni. His academic work revolves around solidarity and cooperative... Read more
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Psych Central
Compulsive Video Gaming Seen As Tied To Psychiatric Disordersand depression. Dr. Cecilie Schou Andreassen, a clinical psychologist speciali
Compulsive Video Gaming Seen As Tied To Psychiatric Disorders
Psych Central / Posted 8 days ago
and depression. Dr. Cecilie Schou Andreassen, a clinical psychologist specialist at Department of Psychosocial Science, University of Bergen (UiB), surveyed more than 20,000 participants on videogame addiction. “Video game addiction is more... Read more
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New Kerala
Video game addiction an escape route from depression - newkerala.com #54608those not being in a current relationship, than others," said Cecilie Schou And
Video game addiction an escape route from depression - newkerala.com #54608
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
those not being in a current relationship, than others," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen, clinical psychologist specialist at University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. Andreassen carried out a study with more than 20 000 participants who answered... Read more
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PhysOrg
Improving CO2 storage using hospital scannerCO2 EOR Foam Field Pilots is coordinated by the Department of Physics and Techn
Improving CO2 storage using hospital scanner
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
CO2 EOR Foam Field Pilots is coordinated by the Department of Physics and Technlogy at the University of Bergen. It is one of the first research projects where energy companies and oil industry collaborate to reduce CO2 emissions from oil production.... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
PITRM1 protein may be involved in development of Alzheimer's diseaseUniversity of Bergen researchers have found a protein that could hold the key t
PITRM1 protein may be involved in development of Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
University of Bergen researchers have found a protein that could hold the key to understanding how Alzheimer's disease develops. Alzheimer's disease is caused by protein (amyloid) deposition in the brain. New research at the University of Bergen... Read more
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Medical News Today
Protein identifies cancer cells becoming aggressive, ready to spreadbecome aggressive, migrate and set up new tumors. The researchers - from Rocke
Protein identifies cancer cells becoming aggressive, ready to spread
Medical News Today / Posted 20 days ago
become aggressive, migrate and set up new tumors. The researchers - from Rockefeller University in New York, NY, and the University of Bergen in Norway - report their findings about the protein, called PITPNC1, in the journal Cancer Cell. First... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers identify protein that helps cancer cells to spreadvessel. To be able get in and out of the blood vessel, the cancer cell needs to
Researchers identify protein that helps cancer cells to spread
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
vessel. To be able get in and out of the blood vessel, the cancer cell needs to penetrate tissue. Researchers from The University of Bergen have discovered a protein that the cancer cell uses like scissors to cut up tissue, so it can spread... Read more

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