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Bubbles in the blood fight pancreatic cancer

The use of microbubbles nearly doubles the survival time of patients with pancreatic cancer, a new Norwegian clinical trial shows. This is the first time this technique is used to treat patients.

How to succeed with managing cultural diversity

Middle management plays a key role when a company wants to improve the management of diversity. What characterises the success stories?

Getting the full picture on greenhouse gases

A new project aims to understand greenhouse gas emissions - literally from the ground up.

Breeding gluttons in the battle against salmon lice

Scientists have started to breed fish which have a special liking for consuming salmon lice. The preference for salmon lice seems to be a genetic trait.

India: An Economic Giant, but a Hungry Nation

India has been the poster child of freedom and democracy for over six decades, but why is it not able to adequately feed its poor?

Genetic defect makes some nearly immune to morphine

When one patient received 60 times the normal dose of morphine, and still didn’t notice anything, the doctor called the scientists at NTNU.

More efficient employees without a commanding boss?

A rapidly-changing world requires new management styles and organisational designs. Don't just tell the employees what to do - rather, help them to work better among themselves.

Evolution in real time on Bear Island

Researchers tracked the northern-most freshwater fish over an entire year with surprising results.

Are we overdoing aviation security?

Despite a seemingly low level of risk, we spend lots of time and money on screening air passengers and luggage in Norway. Has fear gained the upper hand?

Don't blame the deer for ticks

Cases of the tick-borne Lyme disease have increased in recent years, but this cannot be explained solely by the increasing population of deer.
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