Keeping atoms in line produces more energy from sunlight
Read how our solar cell researcher Birgit Ryningen will get more energy out of the sunlight.
A “health centre” for juvenile salmon
The condition of the water in salmon hatcheries can tell us a great deal about when and why outbreaks of disease occur. Now, SINTEF researchers are about to expose the water’s secrets, both to prevent suffering in fish and to save the aquaculture industry a great deal of money.
SFI Manufacturing newsletter 3
The 30th and 31st of October we've had the SFI Manufacturing autumn workshop in Nordfjord, with Brødrene Aa as host organization. Prior to this workshop, we published the third SFI newsletter, which focused on the research area Multi-Material Products and Processes.
Norwegian scientists will teach Europe to make snow
Trondheim: Norwegian researchers believe that it will be possible to make environmentally-friendly snow at above-zero temperatures. Now they have the backing of Europe and the skiing industry in their bid to save the sport from climate change.
Researchers working on a green solution to emissions from industrial regions
Proposals for technological solutions that will result in significant CO2 emissions reductions in six industrial regions in Europe, are now being drawn up as part of a recently launched joint European research project.
ISdB FlowTech continues SINTEF's R&D operations in Brazil
SINTEF has transferred the management and legal obligations of its research association in Brazil to Rio-based ISdB FlowTech. SINTEF will address future opportunities in the Brazilian R&D sector through a cooperation agreement with this association.
Is frozen cod just as good as fresh?
Yes. As long as it is handled properly, new research reveals.
Research into 200-metre-high turbines
Research scientists are collaborating with industry to find ways of building wind turbines up to 200 metres high.