Girl looking at camera with her mother and doctor near by.

130 million to clinical treatment research

The regional health authorities have announced 130 million Norwegian kroner to clinical multicenter studies and comparative efficacy studies. The aim is to improve existing treatment procedures and/or develop/evaluate new ones.

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Nils-Eivind Holmedal, Malgorzata Barczyk and Steffen Boga are happy for the allocations.

Four projects receive verification funding

The Norwegian Research Council has allocated 35 million Norwegian kroner to four projects from BTO. The funding is important to continue the development towards verification of the projects.

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Federico Lozano

Win admission to master program in Design Thinking

Do you believe that a multidisciplinary group of smart people can help your project? Would you like to get insight into Design Thinking? This is your chance!

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Five people smiling onto the camera. From left: Peter Skaugvold-Olsen (Adiona), Marcues Stueland (student), Christer Brurås Holm (student), Veronica Sæther (student), Ørjan Grotle (student) and Nils-Eivind Holmedal (BTO)

Students save startup 40 weeks of work

This spring master students from Bergen University College have completed their work experience at BTO. Throughout April and well into June, students have been working closely with entrepreneurs in various exciting startups.

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