Tagged: The Research Council of Norway

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...

Floating wind power soon a reality

The world’s first full-scale floating wind turbine is now operational. Located off Norway’s southwest coast, the wind turbine was launched earlier this autumn, marking a milestone in the development of large, offshore floating wind...

Focus on cooperation between Norway and China

New cooperation programme with China launched The Research Council of Norway has launched the China research programme to provide a cohesive framework for initiatives targeting China. Scientific activities will be coordinated under the Research...

Ministry supporting the Norwegian knowledge economy

More lessons at primary school level and free homework assistance for the very youngest pupils, is part of the Ministry of Education and Research plan for 2010. The ministry is also offereing 5 600 extra higher education places...

Norway – India: New research cooperation program

Research plays a key role in the Norwegian Government’s new strategy for relations with India. The Research Council is now following up on this by establishing a new program to promote research collaboration between...