A research group at the University College of Southeast Norway (USN) has been granted NOK 9.9 million by the Research Council in Norway in order to conduct research on converting biomass to biofuel.16. April 2018
Green Business Norway and USN team up on R&D
"We're teaming up with (USN), the University College of Southeast Norway, to boost research and development at the start-up businesses on our Accelerator programme", says Thor Sverre Minnesjord, CEO of Green Business Norway (GBN). The first beneficiary will be Fluid Metal 3D, a technology business.
Research group at USN joining Horizon 2020
One of the smallest research groups in USN, the Quantum Technology Research Group (QT) has recently secured funding under the Horizon 2020 ERA-NET cofunded program QuantERA.
Joined refugees and immigrants
Dr Yuka Kitayama from Japan has spent four years as a postdoc at USN, and joined refugees and immigrants in their language classes and other activities.
Provide knowledge about waste-management to Sri Lanka
USN researchers explain Norway’s approach to circular economy and food waste, in a new Parliamentary Research Journal in Sri Lanka.
MACE Partners visit USN
Last week the partners from an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project visited USN campus Porsgrunn. Marginalization and Co-created Education (MACE) is a joint cooperation project between three universities: the University of Cumbria (UK), VIA University College (DK) and University College of Southeast Norway (NO).