Tagged: Research

Mystery Nazi sign found in Trondheim

David Tuddenham, a marine archaeologist at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), expected to find medieval artefacts during a routine archaeological survey of the Nidelva River for the city of Trondheim in...

Pursuing doctoral degrees in their own companies

The Research Council’s Industrial Ph.D. scheme is designed to promote competence-building in the Norwegian business sector. With a fellowship from the Research Council, employees in private companies can continue in their jobs while completing...

BI puts Innovation in practice

As an integrated part of its master programme, BI Norwegian School of Management is now entering into its first work placement agreement in Norway. Oslo Innovation Center AS and BI Norwegian School of Management...

More research in the service sector

More research in the service sector According to national statistics for 2008, the number of R&D man-years being carried out in service industries in Norway now exceeds that of the industrial sector. Close to...

BI professor wins prestigious Swedish award

Professor Jonas Söderlund of BI Norwegian School of Management has received a prestigious Swedish award for outstanding research within Human Resources (HR). RESEARCH AWARD: Outstanding HR Research Söderlund recently received the award HR research of...

How to make creativity flourish

Creativity is a prerequisite for innovation. What characterises creative persons? How can companies make creativity flourish? Øyvind L. Martinsen at BI presents his findings. KNOWLEDGE @ BI: Creativity in Organizations Man has survived because...

Aquaculture research under many RCN programs

The most recent newsletter from the HAVBRUK programme presents a selection of projects illustrating the breadth and diversity of this research. The HAVBRUK programme is dedicated to aquaculture research, but the programme can only...