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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.
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.