Tagged: University of Stavanger

Aid for sustainable fisheries is key to global food security

Lack of governance threatens global seafood supplies and the food security of billions of people who rely on fish for protein or livelihoods. Increased aid from developed countries, earmarked specifically for supporting sustainable seafood...

Foresight to the fore

Foresight activities are becoming increasingly common in Norwegian research and innovation efforts in particular, as indicated by a report recently commissioned by the Research Council. Foresight is a general term for all methods that...

Vikings and Death

In the Viking Age people were buried in many different sort of places. Did the ancient Scandinavians chose a particular place for burial or were the burial sites randomly selected? Had the choice anything...

Germany and Norway conclude agreement on High North research

As part of the Government’s High North efforts, an agreement was signed today between the University of Stavanger and the Clausthal University of Technology in Germany. Under the agreement, professorships will be established to...

Solving the chalk mystery in Stavanger

A piece of chalk in a laboratory at the University of Stavanger in Norway may be the key to unlock a great mystery. If the mystery is solved, it will generate billions in additional...

Sick Plant Suffering For Parkinson Patients

The research plant Arabidopsis thaliana is currently a patient in a laboratory at the University of Stavanger. Researchers hope it can give the answer to how Parkinson patients can achieve a better quality of...