Articles and blogs in this section of ScienceNordic are written by scientists and researchers who are Nordic or who live and work in the Nordic countries. They are invited to contribute to social debate or to share their findings and discoveries.
Join 140 researchers in braving the ice, the cold, the dark and the polar bears of the arctic - as they search for knowledge about the rapidly changing climate and ecosystems in the Arctic.
What precisely is the EU’s contribution to global justice? Find cutting-edge research and competing perspectives to answer this question on the EU-blog.
Join scientists as they do research in the the world’s most claustrophobic lab, located in a tunnel two hundred metres below a Norwegian glacier.
Scientists from Nofima give you fresh and well preserved knowledge about seafood in their seafood-blog. Bon appétite!
Climate change and mass tourism threaten the world’s cultural heritage. So what to do about it? This and more, on the Heritage Blog.
Researchers from the Centre for Reseach on Extremism give you the latest on topics related to contemporary far right politics, subcultural trends, militancy, violence, and terrorism.
SHARE YOUR SCIENCE: Svalbard's unique geographical position gives the opportunity to observe both the green night time aurora and the redder daytime aurora. But what is the difference?
SHARE YOUR SCIENCE: When medicine met geology - detecting the invisible traces of volcanic eruptions with CT scans.
COMMENT: Is climate change causing people’s houses to fall into the water? The answer, as it turns out, is not that straight-forward.