Ian Kelman reflects on the potential for “disaster diplomacy” to help ease potential tensions between Norway and Russia in the Arctic.
Author: Ilan Kelman
Norway has emerged as a leader in the development of vaccines with its founding membership in several international science coalitions.
Researchers in Norway studied the effects of reading texts in both digital and hard-copy formats, opening questions about our digital age.
As summer begins, Ilan Kelman discusses the current scientific understanding of the dangerous relationship between tanning and skin cancer.
Ilan Kelman discusses recent studies that demonstrate the effects of fish farms on fish health and methods to minimize the risks.
Sweden or Norway? We’re not posing the old question for vacation or language preference, but the life-and-death decision of how to act on the coronavirus.
With the onset of the coronavirus, one would think that pandemics were new to Norway, but history tells us something different….
Ilan Kelman discusses a paper by Rune Fitjar from the Univ. of Stavanger on the role of cities, and collaborating across distances for business innovation.
Fulbright scholar Jacinta Clay studies climate science in Bergen Ilan Kelman Agder, Norway For those who think of Norway as a land full of ice and snow, there is some truth to this view....
Profiles of Norwegian science Ilan Kelman Agder, Norway Is Russia really the Beast from the East? Both Norwegian research and collaborative research with Russia help to answer this question. The land border where Norway...