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  • Gruve på Svalbard. Foto: Marta Anna Løvberg

    Within a few years, Svalbard went from being a society based on coal production to giving tourism, education and research the main roles. Can the island in the north inspire other communities to phase out carbon-intensive power production?

  • Mo-kontoret ved fire av dem. Foto: Lars Martin Halvorsen / Rana Blad

    We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced researcher to join our research institute as a key contributor in the field of nature connection, ocean literacy, and wellbeing in coastal communities.

  • Foto: Karoline O.A. Pettersen

    Several new, large projects have increased the need for researchers in the north. Nordland Research Institute currently has several vacancies. Your dream job may be within reach if you are passionate about sea or welfare research. In the last two years, Nordland Research Institute has hired 20 new employees, and more will come.

  • Petrocultures 2022

    In late August this year, a hundred and fifty social sciences and the humanities scholars from around the Earth gathered at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, Norway, for the biennial Petrocultures conference.