Is it possible to secure grounds of quick clay in a sustainable manner?
SHARE YOUR SCIENCE: Soil improvement currently has a significant climate impact due to the substantial consumption of cement and lime products. Recent efforts have improved the situation, but there is still much to be done to make the method sustainable. Is this possible, and how can it be achieved?
Mark drove from the Netherlands to Norway for a new cancer treatment to save Misty the dog
Mark Klaver has travelled from the Netherlands to Norway five times so that his dog Misty (12) can receive a new immunotherapy cancer treatment. Misty is participating in an experimental trial at the Veterinary College that could extend dogs' lives.
Scientists have once again found mysterious holes in the deep sea
Twenty years ago, the Norwegian research ship ‘G.O. Sars’ came upon rows of holes on the seabed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Now, strangely enough, German scientists have found the same thing in the Pacific Ocean. Anne Helene Tandberg from Bergen was on the last expedition.
What happened to the landscape and people during the Stone Age flood disaster in Eastern Norway?
Around 10.000 years ago, a ‘plug’ in the ice barrier in a massive glacial lake loosened, causing a megaflood to sweep through the landscape. Scientists are learning more about exactly what happened during this catastrophic event.
The plan was to renovate a laundry room. But then bones from a 12 000 year old polar bear showed up
This is the story of how the best-preserved Ice Age polar bear in the world ended up at the Museum of Archaeology in Stavanger in the 1980s. Norway's first Stone Age people may have lived alongside this polar bear.