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Scale-ups in the Nordics – Statistical Portrait 2008-2016

'Scale-ups in the Nordics – Statistical Portrait 2008-2016' has been carried out by the Nordic national statistical institutes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
  • 21/03/2019 Nordic Innovation Annual report 2018

    Read more about Nordic Innovation's most important activities in 2018. Nordic Innovation connects people, businesses and organisations for a more sustainable future.
  • 13/03/2019 Nordic White Paper: Smart Digital Health

  • 28/01/2019 The Nordic Marine Innovation Programme 2.0

    Learn more about the results from the projects in the Nordic Marine Innovation Programme 2.0 running from 2015-2018.
  • 28/09/2018 A Nordic Story About Smart Digital Health

    The story about the Nordic 'Smart Digital Health' stronghold identified in the Strongholds and Qualities of the Nordic Health Tech Ecosystem analysis.
  • 04/06/2018 Nordic Innovation Annual Report 2017

    A brief sum-up of Nordic Innovation's most important activities and results in 2017.
  • 16/04/2018 What Makes a Sustainable City?

    The Nordic region and its cities are on a journey towards sustainability, and we invite you to join us.
  • 16/03/2018 Strongholds and Qualities of the Nordic Health Tech Ecosystem

    An analysis of positions of strengths of Nordic health tech companies.
  • 24/11/2017 Nordic Health Tech – Core Qualities and Strongholds

    An insight into core qualities and strongholds in the Nordic health tech ecosystem.
  • 08/11/2017 Nordic Infrastructure of Test Facilities

    An overview of the Nordic infrastructure of test facilities within health and welfare.
  • 13/06/2017 Handbook to Nordic Startup Investor Market: Unleash the Full Potential of Nordic Startups

    This handbook will guide you through the Nordic startup and investor environment and highlight the most relevant regulatory and tax issues faced by angel investors.
  • 05/04/2017 Nordic Entrepreneurship Check 2016

    A mapping and analysis of the current Nordic entrepreneurship ecosystem.
  • 21/11/2016 Services and Goods Exports from the Nordics – Strongholds and profiles of exporting enterprises

    The first comparative analysis of international trade and services from the Nordic countries, including a profiling of services exporters.
  • 15/04/2016 Regenerative electric/hybrid drive train for ships RENSEA II

    This report describes the results of the work of an enlarged Nordic project group in phase II of the RENSEA project. The project was to develop, design, integrate and test a regenerative plugin hybrid-electric propulsion (RPHP) for sail boats. Opal, a whale watching boat used for shorter trips as well as for expeditions at the coast of Iceland and in Eastern Greenland, was used as a case demonstrator for this project.
  • 14/04/2016 PIPE Pelagic Industry Processing Effluents Innovative and Sustainable Solutions

    The project main goals are to solve the problem of high organic load effluents in the marinated herring industries by investigating environmentally friendly and cost effective technological solutions and to characterize and valorise the molecules obtained from the organic fractions recovered. The intermediate objectives are delineated in 4 work packages
  • 16/03/2016 High-Tech Low-Cost Solutions. Perspectives for Nordic Companies

    This report looks at the potential of frugal innovation for Nordic companies operating in emerging markets.
  • 22/02/2016 The Nordic Digital Ecosystem Actors, Strategies, Opportunities

    This report describes possibilities for Nordic digital collaboration by providing an overview of the actors in the Nordic digital ecosystem and their characteristics, an analysis of the actors’ will and abilities to collaborate, and a discussion of potential business cases for such collaboration.
  • 14/01/2016 Novel bioactive seaweed based ingredients and products

    Marine seaweeds are a highly underutilized resource in the Nordic region with great potential. Seaweeds are known to contain unique compounds that can find many uses in consumer products. The Nordic countries have a unique position to create significant value from its very abundant seaweed resources. Previous research has demonstrated that the seaweed species bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) contains extremely bioactive antioxidants, more than any other seaweed researched. Bladderwrack was therefore the focus of this project.
  • 14/01/2016 WhiteFishMaLL North Atlantic Whitefish Marine Living Lab

    Cod and haddock products from the North Atlantic come primarily from sustainably harvested stocks, are healthy to eat and have comparatively low environmental impact. In an ideal world these favourable characteristics should provide these products with a competitive advantage and higher prices in the market, but currently this is not the case. A key reason for this is the lack of differentiation of cod and haddock products from the N-Atlantic compared to other whitefish species, for example similar products from Asia – e.g. pangasius and tilapia. The products are homogeneous, they do not stand out in comparison with competing products and there is little done to try to highlight the many positive properties that they have. The WhiteFishMaLL project was initiated to address these challenges.
  • 14/01/2016 Nordic Algae Network

    The project aim is to help the participants to a leading position in the field of utilizing algae for energy purposes and for commercial exploitation of high value compounds from algae. An additional aim is to increase the synergy and facilitating collaboration between the participants involved in the project and thereby increase their ability to compete in this new field.
  • 14/01/2016 Profitable Arctic charr farming in the Nordic countries

    The present study evaluated these earlier findings under practical conditions in commercial aquaculture production, to verify the results of the laboratory trials.Reduced protein content was combined with high fishmeal substitution in diets and the diets tested as compared to the commercial diets used by partners in the three Nordiccountries involved. The evaluation was carried out at four Arctic charr farms, two in Iceland and one in Norway, in addition a fourth trial, with triplicate groups carried out inSweden. An additional trial was set up in Iceland to study the effects of different amount of protein and plant protein on the environment and fish welfare. The quality of thefish produced was evaluated in all trials, either through sensory evaluation tests or by ordinary consumer tests.
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