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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Norway Pumps & Pipes project presented in digital journal Forskning.no
The project "Non-invasive assessment of the coronary arteries based on data modelling and medical imaging" is presented in the digital journal Forskning.no. This project is one of eight projects that have received funding from Norway Pumps & Pipes.
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Norway Pumps & Pipes presentation at Pumps & Pipes 11 in Houston
Educate, communicate, collaborate, innovate. That is the stated goal of Pumps & Pipes, the day-long conference that celebrated its 11th year at the TMC Innovation Institute. As last year, Norway Pumps & Pipes was on the agenda.
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Norway Pumps & Pipes presented at Norwegian Consulate General in Houston
The Norwegian-American Chamber of Commerce arranges Lunch'n Learn seminar on a regular basis. December 5, 2017, Norway Pumps & Pipes was on the agenda.
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Norway Pumps & Pipes projects in Norsk olje & gass Technology Transfers 2017
This is the second report from the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association to present examples of transfer of technology and innovations from oil & gas to other sectors. A total of 26 cases document how technology developed for use in the petroleum sector is also being applied to create new and better products in other industries, new commercial activity and new jobs. Five of the 26 cases are projects funded by Norway Pumps & Pipes.
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Norway Pumps & Pipes in Teknisk Ukeblad

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Tidewave receives 1 million NOK from the Research Council of Norway
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
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 Conference 2018

Norway Pumps & Pipes will arrange its first annual conference October 17-18, 2018. Call for abstract will be out soon.
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