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Creating a model of the Sun as a whole

“For too many years, the study of the Sun has been split into internal (i.e., the origin of the solar magnetic field) and external solar physics topics (i.e., the existence of sun spots) with no attention to the complex interplay… Continue Reading →

In The Field blog presents: #GenomicStories

You’ve voted. We’ve listened. In The Field Stories presents.. ..the impact of NRENs in the world of genomics! Did you read how NRENs all over the world contributed to research on DNA, cancer treatments and more? No? Then you must’ve… Continue Reading →

Fighting cybercrime in the research and education sector

Universities are attractive targets for threat actors interested in obtaining intellectual property. In addition to being more difficult to secure than heavily regulated finance or healthcare organisations, universities are known to develop cutting-edge research and attract global researchers and students…. Continue Reading →

Why should weather forecasts be presented by ‘official’ weather stations only?

Observations from the ‘Internet of things’, such as intelligent cars, phones, buildings and personal weather stations could be added to the mix, to provide even more detailed information on local to hyper-local meteorological phenomena. That is exactly what the Nordic… Continue Reading →

Research & education networking in 78 seconds

Wonder what a research and education network is all about? The bright people at Norwegian R&E network Uninett have produced a marvellous little video explaining the basics of it all – in just 78 seconds. Take a look and get… Continue Reading →

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