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The world's first full-scale carbon capture and storage project visits IFT

Through the Northern Lights project, Equinor and partners will capture CO2 from cement production in eastern Norway, transport it by ship to Øygarden and store the greenhouse gas permanently several kilometers below the seabed in the North Sea. Northern Lights is part of the government's...

Election to the IFT department board
Election

Election of board members to the department board at IFT

Members representing all groups (staff and students) to the Department Board are to be elected this year. We hereby ask for nominations of candidates, with deadline 23rd March 2021.

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Creating a smarter ocean

The ocean industries have the potential to double their economic growth in the next ten years. Meanwhile, the health of the oceans is at stake. SFI Smart Ocean plan to create an ocean observation system which will sustainably ensure economic growth. 

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Seven Research Projects at the Dept. of Physics and Technology Receive Funding

The Research Council of Norway has awarded nearly NOK 62 million for cutting-edge research projects at the Department of Physics and Technology (IFT).

Research centres at IFT

Department of Physics and Technology has an extensive international collaboration including CERN and the European Space Agency (ESA). The department is also hosting one Centre of Excellence (SFF), is actively involved in one Centre for Research based Innovation (SFI), and is contributing to two Research centres for Environmental friendly Energy (FME).