Tagged: Research

Norway – more than fjords and salmon

The Norwegian tourism and hospitality industry consists of many small players that lack their own resources for research. The Research Council offers assistance by bringing together companies and researchers in the field. Together they...

The Research Council to undergo evaluation

The Norwegian research council model is the result of an innovative reform carried out in the 1990s. Is the model functioning as intended? A public evaluation of the Research Council’s activities is in the...

Norwegian social model benefits value creation

A new leader for Norwegian industry-oriented research has taken the helm. The recently appointed Minister of Trade and Industry Trond Giske believes in user-driven research and seeks to encourage private companies to increase their...

NTNU researcher wins Editor's Choice Award

How much carbon does your country emit – and where does it come from? An NTNU researcher has an answer. NTNU Professor Edgar Hertwich and colleague Glen Peters created a website to answer precisely...

Physics research community in international forefront

An international committee has completed an evaluation of the quality of the various institutions and groups conducting basic research in physics in Norway. Their conclusion: a number of groups have an internationally leading role...