This week psychologist Tine Nordgreen appeared on TV 2 to talk about the online therapy guidance eMeistring. BTO has played a part in the development of the project.
Three BTO projects are highlighted in Teknisk Ukeblads article about exciting startup companies you should follow in 2015. BerGenBio, ThuniCor and One2Touch are all proclaimed as ones to watch.
Bergens Tidende has published an article about a new and innovative method for the treatment of prostate cancer. The method was developed by an emigrated Norwegian, and BT tells the story of how coincidences followed by dedicated work has brought the license to Haukeland University Hospital for further development.
Just before Christmas Psykologisk Førstehjelp was discussed on TV 2 God Morgen Norge. Solfrid Raknes, the inventor of the first aid kit for children, was invited to talk about how parents could use the holidays to have a heart to heart talk with their children.
BioVaria is the leading biopharmaceutical showcasing event featuring top inventions emerging from public research institutions and universities all over Europe. BTO is one of the contributors.