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Tapping the brain orchestra

Norwegian researchers have developed a new method for detailed analyses of electrical activity in the brain.

Feed your genes

The genes have spoken: your dinner plate should be divided into three, and you should eat six times a day.

Tracing fish can be profitable

Seafood companies can profit from introducing more traceability in their production. But not all companies realize that they gain from tracing more than the law instructs.

Gene therapy for ears

Gene therapy may someday in the future replace the use of implants in deaf people. The carrier for this gene medicine may be derived from shrimp shells.

Less fish without kelp

Fishermen in Norway are worried about reduced catches. In their opinion, kelp harvesting is to blame for the disappearance of coastal fish species.

Flew through the aurora

A successful flight over Svalbard with the ICI-3 research rocket

Nudity sparks the brain

The naked truth: our brains process nude pictures more efficiently than pictures of clothed people, new Finnish study reveals.

Early pre-programming of genes

Special proteins are pre-programming genes which later regulate foetal development. This pre-programming occurs at an earlier stage than previously known.

Female board members lead to stock market boom

Share prices indicate that the introduction of gender quotas in Norwegian boardrooms has had a positive effect on Oslo Stock Exchange.

Racing to be the first to create the world's heaviest element

All heavy elements are created in gigantic supernova explosions. Now scientists are competing to create the world's heaviest element in a laboratory.
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