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    Holberg EEG – new and unique software within EEG diagnostics
    Offers novel software describing EEG according to new international standard SCORE

     

    The Holberg EEG product SCORE Advanced will make it possible to describe EEG studies in a way that ensures better quality of the assessments, better communication of results to referring physicians, and better opportunities for education and research. This will lead to better diagnosis and therefore better treatment of patients. More info about Holberg EEG

     

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    Harald Aurlien and Jan Brøgger

    are inventors and medical doctors at Haukeland University Hospital. Aurlien is a chief physician specialising in clinical neurophysiology and neurology. Brøgger is physician specialising in clinical neurophysiology.
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    Dag Finne

    is Business Development Manager on this project. Dag works mainly with projects within the field of ICT
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  • One2touch touch and type


    2 touch wireless keyboard

    A non-battery keyboard, the first and only of its kind to be developed and presented on the market.


    2 touch is a new type of keyboard developed mainly for small devices like mobile phones and PDAs. 2touch is a wireless, non-battery keyboard, with slim (2,5 mm) and flexible design. When rolled up, it is suitable for a pocket. The product is offered by 12touch AS

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    Torbjørn Aasen

    from Haukeland Univeristy Hospital is founder of 12touch. He has previous invented several technologies, i.e the RoboMop
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    Dag Finne

    is Business Development Manager on this project. Dag works mainly with ideas within the field of ICT.
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  • METAS

     

    METAS – Marine Ecosystem Technologies AS

    Solutions for acoustic data collection in marine ecosystem research and monitoring.

     

    METAS develops and manufactures underwater devices which use acoustic sensors for monitoring the subsea environment concerning presence and location of biomass, sediments, or pollutants. Products so far: The Acoustic Buoy, The Searching Lander, and the Multi-Usage System for Towed vehicles (MUST).

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    Terje Torkelsen, Olav R. Godø, Olav Birkeland

    are reserachers at Institute of Marine Research, and founders of METAS
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  • CFS

     

    New treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome
    Usage of B-cell depletion as therapeutic intervention in CFS/ME.

     

    Two physicians at Haukeland University Hospital, Dr.med Øystein Fluge and Professor Olav Mella, have published a study regarding the successful usage of B-cell depletion as therapeutic intervention in CFS/ME. “Our hypothesis is that ME in many patients principally is an immunologic, probably autoimmune, disease”, says Mella.
    More info here

     

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    Dr.med Øystein Fluge and Professor Olav Mella


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    Torsten Porwol

    is Business Development Manager on this project. Torsten works mainly with projects within the field of Life Science.
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  • CO2BIO AS

     

     

    marine fatty acids from algal biomass

    CO2BIO AS aims to produce marine fatty acids from algal biomass.

     

    The aim is to establish a manufacturing facility that can produce omega-3 and other high-value plus products from algal biomass, based on pure CO2 from Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) and the residual heat (steam) from the plant at TMC. More info about CO2BIO here 

     

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    A cooperation project

    between BTO and NIHL, Uni Research, NOFIMA and the University of Bergen (UiB), and the industrial partners Grieg Seafood ASA, Salmon Group and EWOS.

    Anders Haugland

    is in charge of this project at BTO.
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Research and innovation in the specialized health services

The four regional health authorities recently presented a collaborative research and innovation report from 2013 from the field of special health services. The report illustrates the use of research and innovation through new solutions by presenting a number of stories related to research and innovation. The selected stories include two projects where BTO is involved together with Haukeland University Hospital. The report also includes key numbers related to publications and commercialized ideas.