Not every patent becomes a reality, but not for lack of value, such as a 1898 Norwegian patent for a (climate-friendly?) “cycle sleigh”.
Category: Research & Science
Ilan Kelman reflects on the potential for “disaster diplomacy” to help ease potential tensions between Norway and Russia in the Arctic.
Norway has emerged as a leader in the development of vaccines with its founding membership in several international science coalitions.
As the sea ice melts at a rapid pace, a global team of scientists has undertaken MOSAiC, the largest Arctic research expedition in history.
The sinking of the USS Jeannette led Fridtjof Nansen to explore the Arctic with his Fram expedition, paving the way for the studies of today.
Researchers in Norway studied the effects of reading texts in both digital and hard-copy formats, opening questions about our digital age.
John Erik Stacy talks about the vital importance of wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic, with an appeal beyond politics.
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 has been the outlier in its official response to the COVID-19 crisis. Numbers from Our World in Data show how it measures up to the other Nordic countries.