Category: Business

BerGenBio’s inhibitors show promise

A pill to treat cancer? Rasmus Falck Oslo Suppose one could take a pill to help improve treatment and prevent the spread of cancer? BerGenBio is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company working toward that goal...

Re-coding learning

Sci-Code’s platform aims to improve how programming is taught and learned Vegard Skjervheim InnoMag.no Today’s education system is not good enough when it comes to learning coding and programming, believe the entrepreneurs behind Sci-Code....

Business growth

Why change? Companies go from survival to success

Jennifer Vessels Next Step—Silicon Valley & Oslo, Norway Climate change, political disruption, and corporate disruption is today’s reality. Those who once may have doubted that change was necessary now recognize evolution is required for...

Yogibana for schools

Mona Anita K. Olsen, PhD Cornell University Yogibana is an artistic wellness concept that weaves yoga and ikebana (Japanese style floral design) together in 12 steps. This innovative concept is a fusion of the...

Sensors to sort waste—or diamonds

TOMRA’s machines aim to keep plastic waste out of the ocean by sorting returns better Rasmus Falck Oslo, Norway Awareness of pollution, and especially plastics in the ocean, is increasing. Recently, a small whale...

Death of the Demon book cover

Death of the Demon

Book review Christine Foster Meloni Washington While Jo Nesbø is usually considered the undisputed King of the Norwegian crime novel, Anne Holt and Karin Fossum are serious contenders for the female crown. Nesbø himself...

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New Norwegian startup investment group

OBOS and AF Group collaborate to create Construct Venture, funding promising ideas Rasmus Falck Oslo, Norway It can be risky to invest in startup companies. In the United States, major companies are taking part...

PlayPulse

When video gaming meets exercise

PlayPulse combines game play with stationary cycles to get youngsters off the couch Julie Malvik Innomag.no According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 81 percent of today’s youth are considered inactive. So, how can...