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FINDING HOPE—By Ådne Sandvik Dyrnesli

Or how a bunch of rich men in private jets makes ecologist Vigdis Vandvik optimistic about the future of the climate crisis. Cover image...

LAB MESS—By Sasha Azanova

On October 22, 2020 I met Inge Althuizen, one of the scientists I was paired with, at the Natural sciences building, commonly referred to...

COOL DINOFLAGELLATES—By Solveig Granberg

Stijn De Schepper is a Paleoceanographer conducting research at the Bjerknes Climate Institute in Bergen. Stijn studies dinoflagellate...

PROPAGANDA

In the Art & Science Research group we discuss various ways in which our art can visually engage with science, from Infographics to...

I REMEMBER THAT STORM—By Nina Eriksson

Based on earlier presented maps and explorations of visualisation of the ongoingness and historical dynamics of weather and meteorology,...

HEALING POWER—By Johanne Thingnes Leira

A first year art student at the Academy of Art & Design in Bergen, Johanne Thingnes Leira comes to the Art & Science Research Group with...

DRIPSTONES—By Flavia Parone

Dripstones are timelines which grow in olds underground hollows the ink sinks in and dives in earth’s skin tracing letters from an old...

THE ECO ANXIETY—By Ariadna Rodriguez

The American Psychological Association (APA) first defined eco-anxiety in 2017 as “a chronic fear of environmental doom.” During the...

KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER—By Alex Millar

"Some theories say that harsher climates make you more innovative, or you need to wander further to reach out and when you meet more...

MARBLES—By Sofie Gustafsson Markinhuhta

These globes are collected from zoom lectures by scientists at the Bjerknes Centre annual meeting 2020, and from additional lectures I...

I WANT, I WANT, I WANT

By Students— Last week we had the collective idea to respond to Zoe Leonard's famous artwork "I Want A President" (1992) where she spells...

CLIMATE GRIEF - Part 1/2

By Students— We recently welcomed special guests Gillian Ruch and Rebecca Nestor from the Climate Psychology Alliance. They spoke to us...

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