Our new page will provide you with relevant information as well as communication tool for strengthening research and education collaboration between Norway and Japan. This will be a unique platform for all active in Norway – Japan relations. Some key points of the new website we would like to point out to you are: (…)
The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) opened its Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute (FREA) on April 19-20. Ministers and central government officials, local government representatives, research and industry partners attended the opening ceremony at the institute. A group of international research partners were invited to this special event. SINTEF, together with NTNU(…)
The ROMFORSKNING programme is designed to support Norwegian space-related activities under the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Incoherent Scatter (EISCAT) Scientific Association and the Nordic Optical Telescope (NOT) Scientific Association. The programme is intended to enhance and further develop basic research in the context of Norway’s membership of these organisations. The primary objective of(…)
Innovasjon Norge har etablert en stipendiatordning for at norske studenter skal kunne hospitere ved våre kontorer i utlandet. Stipendiatordningen tilbyr norske studenter praksisplass for en periode på inntil seks måneder. Målsettingen med ordningen er å gi stipendiaten innblikk i de muligheter og utfordringer norske virksomheter står overfor når de arbeider internasjonalt. Stipendiatene vil i tillegg få(…)
This is an opportunity for young Norwegians who would like to get working experience in Japan. Rakuten is Japan’s largest e-commerce company with an international approach in business operations. For more information and how to apply, see http://www.nccj.or.jp/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/NJBIP-Internship-Description-Rakuten-Inc.pdf Application deadline: March 31, 2014.