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Stavanger University Hospital has received financial support from the Ministry of Health and Care Services to establish Norway Pumps & Pipes:
 
  • Provide a platform for transfer of technology, competence, and methods between petroleum and health, as a driver for innovation and value creation.
  • Strengthen education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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Tidewave receives 1 million NOK from the Research Council of Norway
18.05.2017
The Research Council of Norway has granted 22 million NOK to 22 STUD-ENT projects from 10 different universities in Norway, and Tidewave is amongst the 22 projects.
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Using technology to help paramedics save lives
24.04.2017
Stavanger-based Excitus are developing a potentially life-saving tool for clearing the respiratory system of cardiac arrest victims. A science partnership with University of Stavanger could provide the final piece of the puzzle.
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Norway Pumps & Pipes: VR can help elderly patients
28.03.2017
Virtual Reality (VR) in treatment of elderly patients with chronic illnesses was the topic at the second of three Norway Pumps & Pipes lunch seminars this spring.
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Visualization solutions from the oil industry can be used in our new hospital
14.03.2017
Visualization solutions for the new hospital in Stavanger was the topic at the first of three lunch seminars this spring at “Måltidets Hus”. The aim of the seminars is to share results and knowledge from Norway Pumps & Pipes projects.
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Health technology product for avoiding bedsores
16.12.2016
Friday 16.12 the last Norway Pumps & Pipes lunch seminar in 2016 was arranged. This time the topic was a new technology for automated turning of patients with low or no mobility; Tidewave.
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Tools from oil and medicine can save lives
11.12.2016
Norway Pumps & Pipes arranged a lunch seminar December 9th 2016 where the project "REBOA-SUS and medical applications of micro-sondes" was presented.
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COMING UP

Visualising multiphase flow in biological structure and process equipment using Positron Emission Particle Tracking:

Tuesday 13.06.2017. Yu-Fen Chang, PhD

The PEPT Centre develops the top-grade techniques for visualising the flow in complex and transient flow fields. This presentation will show surprising trajectories and flow pathlines in a widely-used equipment investigated in the PEPT Centre. The unprecedented tracks were visualised by using the PEPT technique, i.e. Positron Emission Particle Tracking.

Registration: Impact week 2017.








 
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