Ilan Kelman writes about all the dangers travelers might face when visiting Norway and how to stay as safe as possible during their stay.
Category: Research & Science
Arctic Frontiers 2024, a four-day conference focusing on the region, will be held in Tromsø, Norway, in January.
Ilan Kelman asks the age-old question, “Is Julenissen real?” in his column about Christmas traditions in Norway and around the world about Santa.
Ilan Kelman writes about northern lights in Norway’s skies and the space weather and solar activity that give way to their creation and movement.
We know the Vikings were seafarers, but there is the question of how far they actually traveled— in space as well as time—into North America.
Recent discoveries indicate that Dupuytren’s Disease — sometimes referred to as “Viking disease” — most likely originated with Neanderthals.
Ilan Kelman writes about artificial intelligence (AI) and how long it’s been with us and what the implications are for us now and in the future.
Ilan Kelman asks many questions about cell phones and children and what future technology might bring and research being done today.
Learn how radiocarbon dating helps Norwegian scientists determine how old organic materials are to better understand history.
Ilan Kelman writes about heavy water and the part it played in the resistance and end of World War II with the destruction of the Telemark plant.
Ilan Kelman reports on research of firefighters in Bergen, Norway, and London to learn ways to improve safety, reduce stress, and prevent fires.
Ilan Kelman asks in an editorial article if the world needs Sweden’s newly discovered iron ore that it plans to mine in the next 10 years.