Victor van der Chijs ECIU President
University of Twente Executive Board President Victor van der Chijs has been appointed President of the ECIU, the European Consortium of Innovative Universities. Asta Pundzienė and José Mendes were elected as ECIU vice-president and treasurer, respectively.
How to make the fish farming industry more climate friendly
A new Master's thesis shows that a renewable wind and solar energy solution can cut emissions by 50 per cent and at the same time increase profitability.
Wind science meets industry
Wind scientists took time out on Wednesday to share their knowledge with industry. The NORCOWE centre is about to wrap up, but cooperation on wind research will continue.
We see through bosses who fake it
Do you think your manager is genuine, or do you think they’re faking it? The difference could be pivotal to a company’s success.
Minister's message to petroleum students: ”You are the future!”
On February 21st the Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Terje Søviknes, visited the University of Stavanger and The National IOR Centre of Norway. He chose to highlight the importance of educating brilliant minds to the oil and gas industry.
Professor knows who will win the Iron Throne
At least, according to the German economics theory. Professor Oluf Langhelle is using Max Weber to predict who will win the Iron Throne in Game of Thrones.
NOK 12 million to improve safety in primary care
Professor Siri Wiig of the Department of Health Studies has been awarded funding of NOK 12 million by the Research Council of Norway. Her project aims to boost the level of expertise relating to quality and safety within primary care.
UiS professor to head the world's biggest risk organisation
Professor Terje Aven of the University of Stavanger has been chosen to head the Society for Risk Analysis, the world's largest and most respected organisation in the field of risk.
Immigrants help Norwegian companies to think differently
Companies that hire immigrants have more international partnerships and are more innovative, according to researcher.
Essay on radiation won Erik a NASA ticket
It is something of a dream come true for computer science student Erik Sandal: This summer, he will spend two weeks at NASA!