NANO2021 aims at enhancing the national knowledgebase within nanotechnology and advanced materials to meet high international standards. The programmes main objectives are to develop sustainable technological solutions as basis for innovation and to adress central societal challenges
The Research Council of Norway is adopting an “idea laboratory” (Idélab) method to generate groundbreaking projects in the interface between subject areas and disciplines. The first event will focus on the vision of a zero-emissions society.
The Nordic Top-level Research Initiative sub-programmes “Energy efficiency with nanotechnology” and “Integration of large-scale wind power” invites you to a seminar on commercialization of technology.
Norwegian nanotechnology research and industrial development will get a new boost beginning in autumn 2013. This is the scheduled start-up for the five large-scale, nationally coordinated research projects designed to build on the excellent results from previous large-scale projects. The new projects will receive a total of roughly NOK 150 million for their activities.
The Programme NANO2021 aims at enhancing the national knowledgebase within nano-technology and advanced materials, including nano-science and micro-technology, to meet high international standards. New sustainable technologies shall lay the foundation for business development and solutions for key societal challenges.
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