Norway has a particular vested interest and responsibility to develop CO2 capture and storage (CCS), believes Nils A. Røkke. Without CCS, the world will be unable to achieve the aim of limiting the global temperature increase to two degrees, says SINTEF’s Director of Climate Technology Research.
Serengeti National Park is the symbol of Africa’s abundant wildlife. The park as we know it today could be history within a few decades.
Hybrid cars have been a success. The shipping industry is now moving in the same green direction.
Where peat moss takes over in a northern lawn, it strangles almost all of its grassy neighbours. Nevertheless, there are good reasons to take care of peat moss.
From next summer cruise tourists taking excursions in Norway to sample Sami culture can look forward to an even more pleasant experience in the traditional ‘lavvo’ tents.
See a Viking’s grave or travel to the ocean floor. New technology allows archaeologists to easily map excavation sites in 3D.
Researchers believe that children with autism or ADHD can benefit from technologies originally developed for the elderly.
The turbines at the heart of Norway’s many hydropower plants are in trouble. They can’t handle the new, flexible power production regime.
Consumers may soon have a guarantee for the quality of meat they’re paying for.
A 3D camera developed in Norway may be the first in the world that can film in all directions.
Too many people die from infections related to injuries as little as a splinter in their finger. Scientists think the government strategy to address the problems posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria is too narrow. Speeding up the development of new antibiotics will only happen when cancer can no longer be treated with modern medicine.
If you want to manufacture single prototypes or small-scale production series, 3D-printed forms may be the way to go.
The oil industry believes biodiesel is not to blame for problems that car owners are experiencing. But not everyone agrees.
Norwegian company C-Feed builds world’s first industrial plant for copepods – a fish-fry feed for the production of ballan wrasse, tuna, halibut and other marine species.
Producing pure aluminium from ore accounts for as much as 1 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Recycling is the best way to reduce that carbon footprint – but manufacturers and recycling companies will have to plan carefully to avoid problems with impurities that accumulate in recycled aluminium over time.
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