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.
Category: Research & Science
Fulbright Norway has initiated its third Arctic Initiative. Read on to learn more about it and how to apply for funds.
A century-long debate over the summit altitude of the Norwegian mountain Glittertind has been solved: global warming melted the glacier on its top.
M. Michael Brady reports on “dark side” of Norwegian sustainable development, where Norway’s high standard of living results in unsustainable resource use.
From speculations to reality by 2035 Alexandra Middleton High North News The Northern Sea Route received its share of bad publicity in 2019, when it became a target of big logistics companies and brands...
Jon Aars, Karen Lone, Christian Lydersen, Magnus Andersen, & Kit M. Kovacs Norwegian Polar Institute Research notes: Ursus maritimus, the polar bear’s Latin name, clearly identifies it as a marine animal, not a terrestrial...
Ilan Kelman profiles Fulbright scholar Jacinta Clay, who is spending a year at the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research studying ice and climate change.
An exhaustive report by the Norwegian Centre for Climate Services was made public last year, suggesting likely climate outcomes for Svalbard by 2100.
Nancy Baker of Childmode reports on efforts in the Nordic region to counteract rising trends in childhood obesity, from a healthier diet to exercise.
To find light in Norway’s dark season, Mona Anita K. Olsen started Route 8 Flow, offering yoga and other movement exercises for Norwegians with dementia.