He managed to make the cut of the Research Council. Rafi Ahmad at the Department of Biotechnology in Hamar can now continue his vital research on antibiotic resistance.
The war in Ukraine has put an end to much cooperation between the great powers – including in space and in terms of the world’s oceans. Can it ever be as peaceful as it had been?
There’s a war in Europe. Several of INN University's researchers contribute in the media to help us understand what is happening in Ukraine and the world right now.
Earlier this month, INN University received approval for two new doctoral degree programmes from the board of NOKUT. Those who have worked towards achieving this were delighted at the news.
There is no correlation between physical activity and school performance, and only a slight correlation with mental health. This emerges from a doctoral thesis that concluded a large research project led by INN University.
There are fjords and mountains, but little in the way of city life in NRK's slow TV. The broadcasts provide a special picture of Norway, according to a media professor who published a book about the slow TV television phenomenon.
Tourism before the pandemic was not sustainable. A new doctoral degree shows how tourism can adapt and rethink itself.
INN University will play a central role in the utilisation of ten million EU-granted kroner towards the transformation of higher educations in forestry in South Africa into more future-oriented.
INN University’s Barbara Zimmermann says the mistake stems from observing wolves in captivity.
Research INN University has contributed to shows that half of the surveyed PhD students say the pandemic impedes the progress of their doctoral degree.
PhD at BUK within mental health care for children and adolescents.
Researchers at INN University have tested how Virtual Reality can affect hospital patients’ experience of pain.
PhD at INSEPP – employee-driven innovation (EDI): An empowerment-based view
A new innovative way of looking at sustainable tourism development shows how leisure and caring for our planet may be one and the same – and how even the smallest acts add up to global impact.