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Norwegen: Naturwissenschaftliche Institutionen und Organisationen; Forschung



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Liste mit naturwissenschaftlich relevanten Einrichtungen in Norwegen: Universitäten, Forschung und andere akademische Institutionen, Behörden, Industrieverbände.

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Universitäten / Hochschulen


Agder
University of Agder. Engineering and Science

Ås
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences, UMB, is a leading international centre of knowledge, focused on higher education and research within environmental- and biosciences. UMB focuses specifically on biology, food, environment, land use and natural resource management

Bergen
The University of Bergen is a research university with a high international profile that is committed to academic and research excellence. It emphasises basic research, research-based teaching and the development of academic disciplines

Oslo
The Norwegian School of Veterinary Science (NVH) offers international master's programmes in Aquatic Medicine and Food Safety

Oslo
University of Oslo. Medicine; Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Biotechnology

Stavanger
University of Stavanger. The Faculty of Science and Technology is in some areas within petroleum research among the world’s best. The research on increased oil recovery in carbonate fields is a case in point

Tromsø
University of Tromsø. Research in the fields of marine science, biomedicine, telemedicine, physics etc.

Trondheim
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, represents academic eminence in technology and the natural sciences as well as in other academic disciplines ranging from the social sciences, the arts, medicine, architecture to fine art



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Nationale Forschungseinrichtungen, Forschungsinstitute


Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemical Process Technology (IKP); Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Chemistry
Chemistry Department at the University of Oslo. Norway's largest institution for chemistry

Norwegian Institute for Air Research
NILU conducts environmental research with emphasis on the sources of airborne pollution, atmospheric transport, transformation and deposition and is also involved in the assessment of the effects of pollution on ecosystems, human health and materials

Norwegian Polar Institute
... is Norway's central institution for research, environmental monitoring and mapping of the polar regions



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Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaften


Norwegian Biochemical Society, NBS
... aims to be a scientific and social forum for scientists and students of biology in Norway

Norwegian Chemical Society
The objective of the society is to promote the interest and understanding of chemistry and chemical technology with respect to teaching and research. The society also represents norwegian chemists international fora

Norwegian Chemometrics Society
The purpose of the group is to strengthen the chemometric role in teaching, research and industry

Research Council of Norway
The activities of the Research Council of Norway are based on our vision that research expands the boundaries of what we know, understand and can achieve



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Museen, Historische Einrichtungen


Natural History Museum
Naturhistorisk museum



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Nationale Behörden und Ministerien


Agriculture and Food
Ministry of Agriculture and Food

Environment
Ministry of the Environment

Norwegian Government
Information from the government and the norwegian ministries

Norwegian Industrial Property Office, NIPO
... is responsible for processing applications for patent protection, and for trademark and design registration

Petroleum
Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

Research
Ministry of Education and Research









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