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Climate change on the agendaClimate change represents one of the greatest environmental, social and economic threats of today's world.http://www.nord.no/en/about/faculties-and-centres/faculty-of-biosciences-and-aquaculture/articles/Pages/Climate-change-on-the-agenda.aspxClimate change on the agenda
EU fellowship to young Nord researcherCan microalgae in polar regions provide better food, feed and fuel? Chris J. Hulatt (32) and his fellow researchers are going to find out.http://www.nord.no/en/news-events/news/Pages/EU-fellowship-to-young-Nord-researcher.aspxEU fellowship to young Nord researcher
Brain training against depressionForget happy pills: Research from Nord University shows that regular brain training at home has a measurable effect against depression.http://www.nord.no/en/news-events/news/Pages/Brain-training-against-depression.aspxBrain training against depression
More knowledge about free tradeCountries like Chile and Scotland have a competitive edge supported by free trade agreements with big salmon markets. Researchers at the Business School in Bodø want to find out more about how these agreements affect the competitiveness of Norwegian salmon. http://www.nord.no/en/news-events/news/Pages/free-trade-and-norwegian-salmon.aspxMore knowledge about free trade
Passion for weird fishDoctoral fellow Helene Rønquist Knutsen (25) has a thing for weird fish and she wants to help more people put them on the dinner table.http://www.nord.no/en/news-events/news/Pages/Passion for weird fish.aspxPassion for weird fish
Seagrass in Nature articleResearch from Nord University, published in Nature, shows that normal seagrass changed its genetic material over time.http://www.nord.no/en/news-events/news/Pages/Seagrass-in-Nature-article.aspxSeagrass in Nature article