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Methane from the Arctic ocean stays put

Methane gas released from the seabed during the summer months leads to an increased methane concentration in the ocean. Surprisingly, very little of the methane gas rising up through the sea appears to reach the atmosphere in the summer.

VIDEO: Hormone may offer new approach to diabetes

Researchers have uncovered the role of a key hormone that might allow the development of new treatments for the disease.

Workaholism tied to psychiatric disorders

A large national Norwegian study shows that workaholism frequently co-occurs with ADHD, OCD, anxiety, and depression.

Bullies best eradicated with strict policies

Rules, action plans, campaigns and good intentions are fine. But nothing beats strict sanctions when organisations want to tackle bullying in the workplace.

What makes us buy electric cars?

Various financial benefits has led to Norway having the world's largest number of electric cars per person. But which benefit is considered the most important to the consumer?

Scribbling helps kids learn to read

Engaging 5-year-olds in scribbling and writing activities in kindergarten has a positive impact on reading skills.

Unorthodox Gospels were Copied in the Earliest Christian Monasteries

The provenance of the Nag Hammadi Codices, famous for containing unorthodox texts like the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Philip, and the Secret Book of John, has been a point of contention among scholars ever since they were discovered in 1945.

Understanding tiny droplets can make for better weather forecasts

The study of tiny water droplets could result in more precise weather forecasts and climate models.

Project aims to help Indian farmers cope with extreme weather

It's crucial that the information is correct and up to date. By using information technology, the farmers know how to handle the constantly changing climate.

First graders can read like experts

With a little help, six-year-olds can read texts in the same way as adult literary scholars.
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