Find inspiration and learn from companies that conduct research that leads to success.
From creative thinking to added value
For the Norwegian business sector, the key to becoming more competitive in the global market may lie in research. The Research Council’s new publication Verdiskaping (Generating success with R&D) contains examples of some of Norway's most exciting industry-oriented research and provides an overview of the various funding instruments that the Council can offer to private enterprise.
Read more about Verdiskaping.
Floating wind power soon a reality
The world's first full-scale floating wind turbine is now operational. Located off Norway's southwest coast, the wind turbine was launched earlier this autumn, marking a milestone in the development of large, offshore floating wind farms.
Read more about the first full-scale offshore wind turbine – known as Hywind on RENERGIs webpage.
DiagGenic is Norway's most innovative company
A blood sample is all that DiaGenic ASA needs to determine whether a patient has breast cancer, Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease. Now they have been voted Norway's Most Innovative Company of the Year for 2009.
Big ambitions for a tiny implant
A technology developed by the Norwegian company Lifecare AS can help millions of diabetics worldwide, and contribute to industrial development in Norway in the process.
Read more about the new technology on BIAs webpage.
Programme for Regional Research, Development and Innovation - A film about VRI