What does it take to be a productive researcher?

A review of Mark S. Reed’s ‘The Productive Researcher’. Written by Siri Eriksen. I picked up the book ‘The Productive Researcher’ with great interest. In the introduction, the author, Professor Mark Reed, […]

Climate change uncertainty: Mind the gap

Written by Synne Movik, Catherine Wilson & Shibaji Bose Climate change uncertainty is often considered a ‘super wicked problem’ by scientists and policymakers, and climate scientists have long strived to understand […]

Stay Skeptisk

Vitenskapelige sannheter er både virkelige og sosialt konstruerte Written by Morten Jerven, Professor at Noragric Min forrige spalte i Kron og Mynt (Klassekampen) gav meg mange leserbrev (Falsk Forskning, Klassekampen, 12. […]

The crisis around Lake Chad

Written by Victor Adetula, Camilla Houeland and Tone Sommerfelt, first published in `Africa is a Country`. The world’s most extensive humanitarian crises is currently playing out in northeastern Nigeria and […]

Brokering Peace, Piece by Piece

Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos is as much a hawk as he is dove, and the ongoing peace negotiations with FARC represent but one of three difficult peace […]