As part of a cooperation between BTO and the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship in Trondheim students are given the opportunity to work on real life projects. BTO supplies the master students with current projects, and the students can choose to work on the most interesting ones. In September the students chose three BTO-projects.
A computer game that aims to get students interested in the oil- and gas industry was showcased at his week’s Offshore Technology Days (OTD) in Bergen. SIM Subsea wants to teach students mathematics in a fun and innovative way. BTO has contributed to the launch of the game.
BTO has given students the opportunity to work part-time since 2008. We are now looking for two new interns within the fields of intellectual property, technology and communication.
Innovation Norway and the research council of Norway have, in corporation with Medvind, travelled around in Norway to film the Norwegian bio economic environment. This has resulted in three five minute films, showing how the bio economic field is working with cutting edge, sustainable technology. Two of BTOs projects were featured in the films, the tunicates project and CO2Bio.
The application deadline for the FORNY2020 funding is surpassed, and The Norwegian Research Council (NRC) has revealed the number of received applications. A total of 56 applications are set to be evaluated, and seven of these are from BTO. The NRC emphasise the social value of the submitted ideas and projects, as they represent ideas and projects that are believed to enable future value creation.