Category: Research & Science

Studying borders to understand nations

Profiles of Norwegian science Ilan Kelman Agder, Norway Over 1,500 miles of fascination. Such is Norway’s land border with other countries: Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Just exceeding the length of Alaska’s land borders with...

Farmed fish feed fears flummox

Is farmed fish safe to eat? A European investigation into salmon feed looks to find out M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway From the Viking Age on, Norwegians have plied and harvested the seas. Fish...

Pinpointing treatment of tumors

Phoenix Solutions is working on targeted delivery of medication to better treat cancer Rasmus Falck Oslo, Norway Phoenix Solutions was founded in 2012 by three scientists from GE Healthcare (formerly Nycomed Imaging), Per Sontum,...

Arctic tourism - puffin

Balancing the needs of Arctic tourism

Profiles of Norwegian science Ilan Kelman Agder, Norway Hurtigruten: A shipping lifeline for Norwegian coastal communities and today a popular tourist cruise between Kirkenes and Bergen. It is also a subject of science in...

Norwegian satcom

50th anniversary of Norwegian satcom

Norway’s era of satellite communications began on May 17, 1968, with a ping from ESRO M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway A maxim in economic history holds that “Never in history has man successfully invented...

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Norway to supply rare earth elements

A consortium of companies and researchers have received EU funding for the project Claude Olsen Research Council of Norway A Norwegian industry consortium has secured European Union (EU) funding to become Europe’s new major...

disaster research

We need more disaster research

On the EDGE: An opinion column about current issues in Norway and the United States Join the conversation! Ilan Kelman Agder, Norway Everywhere is vulnerable to disasters. Norway, too. From the 2004 Indian Ocean...