M. Michael Brady explains how countries write their dates with differences known as endienness, named after characters in Gulliver’s Travels.
Author: M. Michael Brady
M. Michael Brady reports that TUBFRIM, whose first mission was to eradicate tuberculosis from Norway, today helps children with disabilities and illnesses.
Norwegian Committee for Food and Environment reports on caffeine exposure and risk and what’s safe to consume and for whom.
A traditional view of Norwegian society holds that it is egalitarian, but Adel Khan Farooq, a second-generation Pakistani Norwegian, argues differently.
A new school designed to suit the needs of primary and middle school pupils is being built at Bjørvika in the Gamle Oslo district of Oslo.
Monika Øksnes is a Norwegian geologist leads northern Europe’s largest mining project, leading the way for a new generation of young professional women.
Follow the journey of the word “aloft,” descending from two Old Norse adjectives through early English to the modern adverb and preposition in the 1800s.
Made famous in Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg address, the word “score” has its origins in an Old Norse word used for counting sheep.
The Dovre Line is the 344-mile-long line of the Norwegian railway network between Oslo and Trondheim that is prominent in Norwegian national awareness.
Norwegian broadcasting (NRK) now allows its radio and TV show hosts to speak in their own dialects, rather than only in standard nynorsk or bokmål.