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Choice of bread is a class issue

What kind of bread do you eat? This could depend on your educational level and what you were served at home as a child.

Genetics have remained constant for 8,000 years in world’s melting pot

There is surprising genetic stability in one of the world's most culturally diverse regions: the meeting point between Europe and Asia.

This stresses pupils at school

Is school the problem? Is it parents? Or the pupils themselves? Norwegian researchers have compiled and compared information from over 2,000 international studies on the theme of stress in school. They found a variety of answers.

Scientists: Three years left to reverse greenhouse gas emission trends

We have until 2020 to reverse the trend of greenhouse gas emissions to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, say scientists. Missing the deadline will cause severe economic disruption.

Races are the latest housewife holidays

Some women literally run away from their families. At least for a day or two.

New discovery could rewrite Viking fortresses’ history

Pottery shards question conventional understanding of Denmark’s Viking ring fortresses.

Who reads the Bible in Norway?

A recent report on Bible use provides some answers.

Increasingly harder for teens to find employment

Or don’t Norwegian kids want to bother with work because their parents have become filthy rich?

Citizen Science: Help a Historian

If you want to help dig into the past, then check out these citizen science projects

How writers handle rejections

Some burn the rejection slips; others see this as an opportunity to try something utterly new.

Helping the helpers: supporting parents of children with disabilities

When Erik Sand and his wife had their third child 16 years ago, their lives changed forever. Their son, Simen, was born with Down’s syndrome with serious complications.

Police are on the streets while criminals are online

Police students are still taught to catch thieves on the streets, even though crime for monetary gain has moved to the Internet.

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