Tagged: Germany

Automotive Structures divestment completed

The sale of Hydro’s Automotive Structures business to the Germany-based Benteler Group has been finalized. The unit’s 1,200 employees joined Benteler on January 1. Automotive Structures was part of Hydro’s Automotive sector in the...

25th annual USA Cup

Paul Erickson and Kris Bjerkness honored By Leslee Lane Hoyum For Norwegian American Weekly Since Sons of Norway (SON) founded the USA Soccer Cup in 1985, it continues to pay tribute to individuals responsible...

Bayer and Oslo-based Algeta enter global agreement

Bayer Schering Pharma, Germany, has entered into a global agreement with Algeta ASA, Oslo, Norway, for the development of the cancer drug Alpharadin. Alpharadin is currently being evaluated in a global phase III trial...

Ålesund: Norway’s Art Nouveau City

ÅLESUND, Norway—From tragic circumstances, a confluence of lucky events led to the creation of one of Norway’s landmark art cities. By Susan James – The Epoch Times At the turn of the 20th century, Ålesund was...

New test center for intelligent building solutions

The new “Wicona Test Center” – one of the most advanced of its kind – opens a window to an energy-efficient future for buildings. Centrally localized in Germany, the center is a showcase for...

Germany and Norway conclude agreement on High North research

As part of the Government’s High North efforts, an agreement was signed today between the University of Stavanger and the Clausthal University of Technology in Germany. Under the agreement, professorships will be established to...

Oslo praised by German newspaper

  Berliner Morgenpost was particularly impressed with Oslo’s architecture, atmposphere and closeness to nature. The newspaper called Oslo “the best-preserved German city” because of the dominating neoclassical and jugend architectural styles. The popular Grünerløkka...