Interested in a Partnership (Stiftinga Vestlandsforsking / Western Norway Rese...)

Created on 22 Feb 2016
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Stiftinga Vestlandsforsking / Western Norway Research Institute

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WNRI is conducting environmental research and in particular life-cycle assessment (LCA) on new technologies, processes and products. Examples of this is in the FP7-NMP project “Functional joining of dissimilar materials using directed self-assembly of nanoparticles by capillary-bridging (HyperConnect)" and the FP7-Capacities SME-2011-1 Research for SMEs project "Development of a competitive 0 GWP dry process to reduce the dramatic water consumption in the ever-expanding solar cells manufacturing industry (SOLNOWAT)".


 Low-Carbon Economy
 Bioenergy
 Renewable Energy
 Biofuels
 Electronics and Microelectronics
 Industrial Manufacturing
 Nanotechnology and Nanosciences
 Sustainable Tourism
 Sustainable Transport
 Clean Transport

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