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Pilot Andrè Kjellstrup med dronen kraken i lufta over Andøya 17. april i år. Foto: Markus Eckerstorfer.
Snow

The radar onboard the drone Kraken can measure snow depth, image snow layers and see objects under the snow. Earlier in the spring, Norut demonstrated how drones can contribute to emergency preparedness involving avalanches.

PERFECT: Colleague and supervisor Chris Petrich drag the rubber boat (as a safety precaution) out to the buoy in Beisfjord to download measurements from the probe and collect ice cores. Photo: Megan O'Sadnick.
Ice

Many people have wondered who they are and what they are up to, these people who regularly wander across the ice wearing a wetsuit and pulling a small rubber boat.

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The presentations from Thursday's seminar are available for download here.

LKAB and Norut Narvik are entering into a collaboration agreement, which in time can lead to significant growth and jobs for Narvik.

One-third of employees in the fish processing industry in Norway are foreigners. The companies in Coastal Norway are dependent on foreign labour.

Rent a lab

The Barents Biocentre Lab is opening. Are you wondering what is hidden inside the walls and what opportunities this offers? Take a look at the lab’s new website.

Norut invites you to Midnight Sun Seminar 23-24 August 2012: Two days of new knowledge, new acquaintances and new cooperation opportunities.

A group of researchers from Norway travelled to the summit of the Greenland Ice Sheet to make measurements of solar radiation and snow albedo. See video.

For 10 days scientists from Norut Narvik have wandered with ice drills and zip-lock bags on the drift ice of Svalbard.

News! The seminar program is now available for download-Norut invites you to Midnight Sun Seminar 23-24 August 2012: Two days with new knowledge, new acquaintances and new cooperation opportunities. The seminar aims to gather people from the research sector, academia and industry, as well as local and regional decision-makers.

In the High North, we are collaborating on what we have in common: tough challenges in harsh weather.

How do the younger generations view their own future in the north? The new book Rural futures? deals with young people finding their place in a changing labour market.

Old people have fun staying in shape with video games. Scientists now want to develop suitable games.

New technology makes it possible to use solar cell modules in the High North too.

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