Ilan Kelman looks into the possibilities and whether it’s a viable option for Norway to use nuclear energy in today’s climate and world.
Category: Research & Science
Ilan Kelman writes about DNA tests and what they can tell us regarding family history, ancestry, and where we might originally come from.
Ilan Kelman looks at Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcanic eruption and how it stalled travel and affected everything from electronics to health.
Ilan Kelman asks how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects Norway, especially on Svalbard, where Norwegians, Russians, and Ukrainians live.
Ilan Kelman reports on research done in Norway regarding community gardens and the sustainability they provide to Norwegians in urban areas.
After the latest assessment report, Ilan Kelman wonders if the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has outlived its usefulness.
Ilan Kelman announces the publication of Antarcticness: Insprirations and imaginaries that shows Antarctica’s relevance to Norway and the world.
Ilan Kelman writes about Norway envisioning disaster research, which could help prevent and mitigate disasters that affect the entire world.
Ilan Kelman reports that Norway’s Center for Research on Extremism (C-REX) studies right-wing extremism, hate crime, and political violence.
Ilan Kelman shares what is known and what
is still being studied about light therapy in Norway, which has long periods
of seasonal darkness.