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The AEGIS project has won the 'Market Uptake' award at the European Commission's conference on European maritime transport, Waterborne Days, recently held in Brussels.
Bacteria discharged to the oceans in sewage and wastewater thrive on the biofilms that form on plastic waste. This may be leading to the somewhat unanticipated problem of antimicrobial resistance.
There can be no new, ‘green’ jobs without electricity. So, researchers have three pieces of advice to offer politicians as to what we should be doing to ensure adequate future energy supplies.
The smarter utilisation of Norwegian hydropower will promote nature conservation, improve access to energy and boost earnings.
Norway has declared ambitious targets for waste reduction in the building industry. Researchers have been asking sector representatives what needs to be done to achieve them. This article lets you in on some of the answers.
"Being selected to contribute to this work is an honor" says Chief Scientist Rachel Tiller.
According to researchers, so-called ‘industrial symbioses’ and ‘green hubs’ are offering answers to the challenge of meeting Europe’s climate change mitigation targets.
The issue of salmon feed has become a bottleneck, hindering the growth and sustainability of the Norwegian aquaculture sector. In the future, insect meal, bristle worms and bacteria that consume CO2 may become essential components of a farmed salmon...
Researchers have succeeded in nurturing a small snail called periwinkles in the laboratory for the very first time and are hoping that this French delicacy might be the launch pad for a new, Norwegian aquaculture business.
The use of kelp boasts great potential across several sectors, including food products, animal feed, biodegradable plastics and agriculture. Now GP Seaweed is setting the industry in motion.
Unless we acquire greater knowledge about what happens at the atomic and molecular scale during materials recycling, progress towards a truly circular economy will grind to a halt.
Norwegian researchers are currently developing wind turbines that can adapt their blade rotation speeds to prevent bird strikes.
In a critical step towards achieving the ambitious goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the GreenShift events are set to bring together leaders from governments, businesses, and research sectors across Germany, Netherlands, Belgium...
Researchers have developed a new method of detecting a metabolic disease that affects dairy cows after calving. The aim is to determine whether cows are at risk of contracting the disease before they actually become sick.