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An expedition cruise ship is making big strides in protecting marine environments.
A digital database will store the features of individual fish for identification and to track their health.
A newly designed town in Norway will build a data center that provides heat to its surrounding buildings.
The world’s first electric, autonomous ferry is being tested in Norway in the hope it will end the need for expensive bridges over rivers and canals.
A new hotel located next to a glacier will be entirely energy self-sufficient and also produce a surplus amount of energy that will be shared with the grid.
A collaborative project supported by the Danish Ministry of the Environment uses agricultural waste as building materials in sustainable housing.
A new method integrates flexible solar cells into canvas fabric, bringing solar power to a wider range of uses.
A restaurant is being built that will be submerged partly underwater along Norway’s coastline.
The Arctic Circle will be the future home of the world’s largest data center, powered entirely by renewable energy.
YARA’s fully electric and autonomous cargo ship will provide more efficient and environmentally friendly shipping.
Coop Norway and Swedish firm Refind have launched a new reverse vending machine that encourages people to recycle their flat batteries.
Norway’s No Isolation avatar is designed to help children and young adults participate in their regular daily activities such as school and play with friends.
R&D company SINTEF has worked with Nordic Wildfish to eliminate waste by using everything but fish bones for additional food products.
Norway’s Traffic Agent app turns students into secret agents, reporting the good and the bad of Oslo’s streets as they go about their daily travels.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration’s latest plans to cut transport times involve crossing the Sognefjord via a submerged, floating bridge.
Researchers at SINTEF have developed an eco-friendly alternative to limestone cement using impure Norwegian clay.
Hywind pilot park, off the coast of Scotland, is the world’s first floating wind farm and will generate enough power for 20,000 homes.
SmartPipes, which can be used to monitor undersea oil pipes in between inspections, have been successfully tested at sea and in transport.
Outdoor sportswear brand Helly Hansen has created First Tracks, an app for extreme sports enthusiasts that wakes them up earlier if it’s snowed during the night.
The Bobo energy display, storybook and app for kids illustrates the connection between home energy consumption and the wellbeing of polar bears.
Interfone is offering a small add-on for any SIM card that enables international callers to get inexpensive call rates without switching their current provider.