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A team from Bergen University College visited AUW in March as part of the exiting partnership between the two Universities on the development of the Physiotherapy Program in AUW.
Researchers from Bergen University College, Norway, studied the pain relieving, anti-inflammatory 'cold laser', finding that it caused increased tumour growth in a mouse model of skin cancer.
He is very much a conciliator," according to Sean O'Fahey, a specialist in Darfur history at Norway's Bergen University.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Hackers who want to access the Norwegian online banks will find nothing to stop them, according to professor Kjell Jorgen Hole at the Bergen University, Norway.
int/citizensrights Leonardo da Vinci--student exchange between Norway and Poland Bergen University College is a state institution of higher education in Norway.
Dr Trond Riise of Bergen University, Norway, said: "This will help us learn more about MS.
A trip to Bergen University, to steep ourselves in Viking culture, was disappointing.
Professor Smith, along with scientists from Oslo University and Bergen University, in Norway, found the highest levels of vitamin B12 absorbed by the body came from milk, despite having lower B12 concentrations than meat.