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    The Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre and GBIF Norway, together with data owners, have created this service to provide geographical species information from data owners for users. Here you can search the Norwegian occurrence of species. You can also search by geographical area, county or...read more

    Trondheim, Norway
    • Geographical and Regional Information

    The Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre (NBIC) was established by a parliamentary resolution and became operational in 2005. The goal of NBIC is to serve as a national source of information on species and ecosystems in Norway, and to make up-to-date information on biodiversity widely available and easily accessible to the society. NBIC focuses on knowledge, both by increasing the level of knowledge, and making it available.

    Trondheim, Norway
    • Natural Resources and Environment

    The productivity in agriculture has improved enormously for the last 50 years. However, the increased yield comes at a cost. The fields producing our food are sprayed throughout the seasons with herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. We are facing major problems with resistant weeds and pesticide residues in food, soil and water. Farming needs to become more sustainable.

    Norway
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The productivity in agriculture has improved enormously for the last 50 years. However, the increased yield comes at a cost. The fields producing our food are sprayed throughout the seasons with herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. We are facing major problems with resistant weeds and pesticide residues in food, soil and water. Farming needs to become more sustainable.

    Norway
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The European Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Laboratory Infrastructure (ECCSEL) aims at opening access to top quality research devoted to next generation Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies with an efficient and structured approach to help enabling low to zero CO2 emissions from...

    Høgskoleringen 1, Trondheim, 7491, NO
    • Natural Resources and Environment

    It is the main technical university in Norway with over 80% of all master and PhD-degrees awarded in science and technology. Over the last 30 years NTNU and the research institute SINTEF have jointly developed a 8,000 square metre 40 million Euro research facility, where 750 people work at mitigating emissions like CO2, NOx, SOx and other greenhouse gases. This includes removing them from oil and gas production processes and from use in industry, buildings and transport. A secondary thrust has been to cross-link this research with the development of clean new renewable energy technologies.

    Trondheim, Norway
    • Agri-food Education and Extension

    Adigo AS works with industrial product development. The projects we are usually involved in are technologically advanced and have interdisciplinary requirements. Often the combination of user experience, dynamic mechanics and real-time electronics. Energy technology is also a field where we often perform work.

    Langhus, Norway
    • Engineering, Technology and Research