More than 100 new species of insects discovered in Norway

You've no doubt been irritated by them on the terrace many a summer evening: biting midges so small that you hardly notice them until they start feeding on your blood, leaving countless itchy bites.

Mercury's black disk helps sharpen Solar Orbiter's view

This year started with a nice imaging opportunity for Solar Orbiter, and a chance to further improve the quality of its data. On January 3, 2023, inner planet Mercury crossed the spacecraft's field of view, resulting in a ...

The humble sea campion flower can show us how species adapt

The speed of environmental change is very challenging for wild organisms. When exposed to a new environment individual plants and animals can potentially adjust their biology to better cope with new pressures they are exposed ...

Greta Thunberg effect evident among Norwegian youth

Since 2017, nearly 3,000 young Norwegians aged 17 to 20 have shared in their own words what they consider important in Norwegian society, and whom they regard as good role models.

New and more detailed map of antimicrobial resistance

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has become aware of the value of using sewage analyses to monitor disease development in an area. However, at DTU National Food Institute, a group of researchers has been using sewage ...

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