Projects

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1. July 2020 to 30. March 2024

We will discover new organic ferroelectric materials that could be used in eco-friendly computer memory. We will computationally screen and evaluate properties of thousands of...

Project ended
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1. January 2016 to 31. December 2018

Test the potential of different UV wavelengths and doses combined with different growth light conditions on powdery mildew. Test the impact of UV optimized to...

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1. January 2018 to 1. July 2020

Test the potential of non chemical alternatives in management of powdery mildew and gray mold

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1. January 2018 to 31. December 2021

This projcet will better adapt the strawberry fruit production to unstable climatic conditions, increase the unit value of the produce, lower the production costs, and...

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1. March 2019 to 28. February 2022

Identify the causal agent of tip rot and understand how biotic and abiotic factors affect the development of tip rot in carrot.

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1. August 2019 to 31. July 2022

Test the potential of different substrate mixtures made up of composted peat moss, coconut coir, wood fiber, biochar and beneficial microbes on crop growth, disease...

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1. November 2019 to 31. December 2022

Thermoelectric materials can turn heat into electricity, but better materials are needed for large-scale recovery of waste heat. Our project aims to identify materials with...

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1. January 2017 to 31. December 2022

We study the udder microbiota in Norwegian cows - of utter importance to Norwegian milk production and the dairy industry. We aim to determine the...

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1. January 2020 to 31. December 2024

We will improve forest resilience to climate change, and contribute to reduced GHG emissions by substituting fossil based products with forest products, and at the...

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1. January 2020 to 31. December 2022

The EU-funded RoBUTCHER project aims to develop an autonomous Meat Factory Cell (MFC).

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11. December 2019 to 11. December 2023

The FORTECASE project is an exchange project sponsored under the NORPART programme linked to DIKU. Main partners are University of Zambia and NMBU

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1. August 2019 to 30. July 2023

We aim to understand the process of wood formation in angiosperm and gymnosperm tree species by modelling the regulatory networks orchestrating the differentiation of stem...

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1. January 2019 to 31. December 2020

We search for new substances that can be applied against the formation of bacterial communities (so-called biofilms). These substances could prevent many infections with antibiotic-resistant...

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1. January 2019 to 31. December 2022

In this project, we are going to investigate if reindeer chronic wasting disease (CWD) is transmissible to sheep and elucidate which role sheep that graze...

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1. January 2018 to 1. January 2022

Every year, the fungi causing root and butt rot inflicts heavy economic losses for the forest industry. In this project we will use digital data...

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1. February 2019 to 31. January 2022

FunEnzFibres will explore novel mechano-enzymatic modifications on cellulose and cellulosic fibres using LPMOs and selected hydrolases for development of high-value products in the forest industry.

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1. January 2019 to 31. December 2022

«The Phenomenology of Audial Experience» connects science (especially acoustics), music and musical composition, and philosophy of science in an aesthetic learning process.

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1. September 2017 to 31. August 2021

The PhD project aims at contribute to and analyze the development of production and consumption of organic vegetables in the region of Vestfold and the...

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1. January 2017 to 31. December 2020

This project will develop a completely new class in vision-based control of robots, also called visual servoing.

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15. March 2018 to 14. March 2021

This project utilizes rich Norwegian administrative micro data and innovative methods to analyze behavioral responses to taxes in various settings.

Project ended
Time frame
1. January 2018 to 28. December 2018

Use of wood in the interior will be addressed through establishing an inter Nordic research network.

Project ended
Time frame
1. July 2016 to 31. December 2019

Successful reproduction is the result of complex interactions of many factors affected by genetics as well as environment. This project will deliver knowledge and tools...

Project ended
Time frame
1. January 2015 to 31. December 2019

The research project aims to increase the efficiency of Norwegian farm animal production by advanced nutritional and genetic methods.

Project ended
Time frame
1. January 2014 to 31. December 2019

Develops novel salmon feed by integrated bioprocessing of non-food biomass

Time frame
1. August 2018 to 31. July 2022

TRANSPOSE will use salmonid fishes, which have a high load of TEs in their genome, as a model system to understand the functional roles of...

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