New safe artificial rock for plug and abandonment
Based on his PhD research at DrillWell, Mahmoud Khalifeh has developed a new material of geopolymers that could become a game changer for plug and abandonment operations.
– Does everyone play outside even when it rains?
Through the action research project ToWe, Spanish and British kindergarten teachers were given the opportunity to “shadow” their Norwegian colleagues.
Securing the world’s longest floating bridge against strong wind
In order to build the bridge, the engineers need to know exactly how the wind behaves on the bridge site. Scientists are working on a new method for wind measurements.
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.
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.
PhD defence on decision analysis in the petroleum industry
Philip Thomas (30) defends his doctoral degree with a thesis on decision analysis in the oil and gas sector.
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.
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