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How much time children and teenagers spend looking at screens is on many parents’ minds. Yet researchers insist it is the quality of that time that should concern us most.
Men suffer more health problems as a result of unemployment than women, according to recent research from OsloMet.
An OsloMet researcher is seeking to better understand how and why bacteria exchange DNA—and how to prevent them from doing so.
Physical and virtual violence against journalists is making it harder to stop the spread of disinformation and hate speech.
“Making mistakes helps us learn and improve, and it is by making mistakes that we discover new ideas,” says OsloMet professor Ingeborg Stana.
Could there be a way for your doctor to diagnose depression and anxiety based on your brain activity?
A new survey reveal strong support for Norway’s Russia policies and broad support for Ukraine.
Dry eyes are hard to diagnose, but researchers estimate that as many as half of Norwegians might be afflicted.
Enormous amounts of clothing never get worn. Much of it contains plastic and other synthetic fibres.
Every year, around 12,000 Norwegians have a stroke. Research fellow Solbakken has good advice for those affected.
Midwives in several countries are working together in an OsloMet project to save more women and children in low-income countries.
Combining remote and in-person teaching demands more preparation from both teachers and students. It also results in poorer learning outcomes.
The opportunities offered to boys and girls who play football in Norway are different, according to new research from OsloMet. ‘This can have consequences that go far beyond elite sports,’ says Marlene Persson.
How many people can our planet sustain? This is one of the questions demographer Marianne Tønnessen is asking as Earth reaches this population milestone.
Most parents have reflected on how the neighbourhood they live in affects their children’s futures. Yet most research ignores parents' role in actively shaping the communities their children grow up in.
By covering the "green shift", journalists can drive the news cycle.
State-run integration programs tend to view immigrants through an employment-colored lense. Erika Gubrium thinks she has found a better way.
How does technology in education affect students’ connection with school, university or education in general?
OsloMet professor believes that the key to developing healthy and sustainable salmon aquaculture is in understanding their micro-RNA.
Despite the increasing educational level of the population, the risk of becoming unemployed or becoming a social assistance or disability benefit recipient is not decreasing correspondingly, according to new research from OsloMet.
According to new research, there may be several reasons for this.
The solution is right in front of our noses, says professor in clothing and sustainability.
Researchers have studied conversations on Twitter among Islamist extremists and far-right extremists.
How will people live their lives in 30 years? Now you can share your thoughts about the future with researchers.
Researchers and experts in the field of interviewing children are using artificial intelligence to develop new training methods for the police and the Child Welfare Services.
Sometimes, youth feel like strangers in their own countries. In the face of real and perceived injustices, some find community in extremism.
The conflicts between the different ethnic groups in Ukraine have been exaggerated according to researchers at OsloMet.
Nine out of ten young people in Norway are on social media and are exposed to a great deal of advertising from influencers. New research from OsloMet maps how this marketing affects young people.
OsloMet’s Oceanlab investigates the unexplored depths of the Oslo Fjord, from their new facility in Filipstadkaia.
The people who leave can have as much impact on a country as those who come in. Yet not much is known about Norway's 30,000 annual emigrants.
The Centre for Intelligent Musculoskeletal Health (CIM), OsloMet's new Centre of Research Excellence, uses AI to develop innovative and effective interventions for musculoskeletal health.
In spite of the challenges that have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, most Norwegian teenagers report high levels of life satisfaction.
In a world drowning in plastic, plastic-eating bacteria may offer solutions to the deluge. Professor Colin Charnock has discovered novel ways to find and culture these types of bacteria.
Norway is widely recognised as an egalitarian country, yet the media industry has failed to live up to this ideal.
We can access bank accounts, healthcare, and social benefits through the internet using our phones and computers, yet not everyone is able to take advantage of these technologies.
Norway and Denmark stand out among the European countries. Both countries had few deaths, both among the population as a whole and in elderly care institutions.