Sick and injured farmed salmon are a problem, but researchers have recently developed an implant that uses sensors to gather information about the welfare of individual fish.
Changes to the climate, the energy situation, and the market have resulted in a need for higher standards for effective modelling tools that can be effectively utilised by hydropower producers and other stakeholders in the power market.
Basic knowledge about digital substations and the analysis of data traffic were on the agenda at the National Smart Grid Laboratory in early November.
With REE Minerals as a partner, a new EU-funded project will establish a European value chain for extraction and processing of rare earth elements.
Groundbreaking projects funded by Norway demonstrate that foreign aid can help to combat both poverty and environmental problems. One result is that uncontrolled plastic waste may become a resource for the cement industry.
“A key arena for strengthening existing partnerships and creating new ones”: SINTEF at European Hydrogen Week
From 20-24 November 2023, SINTEF and FME HYDROGENi had a dedicated booth at European Hydrogen Week. The booth attracted a lot of interest from other attendees, with recurring topics of interest including ammonia, electrolysers for green hydrogen...
Urban growth, densification and climate change are putting increasing pressure on our water drainage systems. We now need better systems to manage the increasing number of uncontrolled stormwater events.
Rapid climate change in the Arctic is causing cultural heritage at Svalbard to weather. This may force new management practices.
If artificial intelligence (AI) is to offer us the societal benefits that many people are dreaming of and believe in, we need to develop technologies that are a lot smarter than those we have today.