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Researchers from UiA are collaborating with the University of Jaffna to develop a more environmentally friendly transportation fuel in Sri Lanka.
Getting practical training in nursing requires many resources. Can virtual reality technology make it more efficient?
Linda Gurvin Opheim has explored how teachers use problem solving to teach students mathematics.
According to the jury, this year’s winners of the Eilert Sundt Prize submitted an impressive and comprehensive essay about how young people today experience being in a multicultural classroom.
Much of what gives us value as human beings cannot be recreated in machines. That is the opinion of Einar Duenger Bøhn who is out with a new book on the philosophy of technology.
Crash tests conducted by UiA show that a collision can be more dangerous to the driver and passengers when the car they are in has been incorrectly repaired and collides for the second time.
UiA professor Ole-Christoffer Granmo’s Tsetlin machine is part of the new exhibition at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology.
A new study from UiA shows that a network of eelgrass beds is important for maintaining the genetic diversity of fish stocks, and thereby making them more resilient against changes in the environment, like climate change.
Not everyone agrees on what happiness is. But the Greek philosophers can teach us one thing: becoming happy can take a lifetime. Or even longer.
The pig is squealing. But what is it trying to say? New research uses artificial intelligence to improve animal welfare in pig farming.