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  • 13/01/2017Six green growth projects approved for funding

    The projects will contribute to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable Nordic society.
  • 05/01/2017Macro algae can boost the Nordic marine industry

    Promising results from CapMafi, one of the projects in the Nordic Marine Innovation Programme, are boosting the belief in a major Nordic algae industry in the near future.
  • 21/12/2016Svein Berg new Managing Director of Nordic Innovation

    We are pleased to announce that Svein Berg is the new Managing Director of Nordic Innovation.
  • 13/12/2016Superchilling of fish wins award

    The Superchilling of fish project, which aims to remove ice from the supply chain in production and transportation of fish, won the Svifaldan Prize for outstanding concept of the Seafood Conference 2016.
  • 02/12/2016Saving reindeer and our cultural heritage with open data

    Open data hacks to save Nordic folklore, save reindeer and create meta data for large photo stocks won the three prizes at the Hack4Norden 2016 pitching competition at Slush.
  • 29/11/2016Visit the Hack4Norden 2016 finale at Slush

    Open data takes centre stage when eight Nordic hacker teams compete to win the Hack4Norden 2016 pitching competition at Slush in Helsinki 1 December.
  • 08/11/2016A Nordic door-opener

    Main prize winner of the Nordic Independent Living Challenge, AbleOn Medical, hire former Nordic competitor, while semi-finalist MotiView have introduced their solution in all five Nordic countries.
  • 07/11/2016The Soul of Nørrebro wins Nordic Built Cities Challenge Awards

    An ambitious plan to handle rainstorm flooding while simultaneously addressing local social community development edged out 18 other urban development projects from some of the best urban innovators in the Nordic countries.
  • 12/09/2016Why Nordic entrepreneurs need to talk more

    Nordic entrepreneurs tend to be too protective about their ideas, according to Anne Lidgaard and Paula Salomaa at Nordic Innovation House in Silicon Valley.
  • 28/06/2016Early presence crucial for overseas success

    For Norwegian biowaste management company Cambi, physical presence over time has been key for their international success. A Nordic Innovation co-funded business intelligence programme have just might opened the door for a successful entrance to the UAE for Nordic cleantech companies.
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