Tagged: science

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,...

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Progress on science facilities

Climate observatory opens in Ny-Ålesund and Andøya Space Center gets support for satellite plans New Ny-Ålesund Observatory monitors climate On June 6, the Norwegian Mapping Authority opened a new observatory at Ny-Ålesund in the...

Hunting for Martians on Svalbard

The search for life on Mars begins in a remote part of Norway Christine Foster Meloni Washington, D.C. What do Norway and Mars have in common? Surprisingly, quite a lot! Two scientists from the...

Global launching of science heroes of tomorrow

Statoil has increased its sponsorship of the First Lego League (FLL), and is signing its first global sponsorship agreement. Three young promising engineers are making the final adjustments of the lego robot before the...

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...

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...

Aid for sustainable fisheries is key to global food security

Lack of governance threatens global seafood supplies and the food security of billions of people who rely on fish for protein or livelihoods. Increased aid from developed countries, earmarked specifically for supporting sustainable seafood...