The Norwegian Institute of Marine Research is a national consultative research institute which is owned by the Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs. The Institute performs research and provides advisory services in the fields of marine ecosystems and aquaculture
In August 2021, the 107-year-old 98-meter-long tall ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl
departed from Norway and will return in April 2023, having sailed 55,000
nautical miles and visited 36 ports worldwide. The main goal is to create attention and share knowledge about the crucial role of the ocean for a sustainable development in a global perspective. The ship will continuously collect data on ocean physics, chemistry, and biology throughout its journey and serve as a floating university for crews of scientists, students, and young leaders
Innovation Norway is the Norwegian Government's most important instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry.
Innovation Norway supports companies in developing their competitive advantage and to enhance innovation.
The Norwegian Consulate General in New York works to promote Norwegian art, design, culture and business interests in the U.S. Our office is the hub for Schengen visa applications on the North and South American continents. We also provide consular services for 22 states on the east coast of the U.S. Established in 1906, our office is the largest and oldest Norwegian Consulate General in the US.
Kongsberg Maritime is a world leader in marine technology. With an extensive portfolio of innovative and integrated products and solutions, Kongsberg Maritime delivers efficiency, reliability, flexibility, and environmental sustainability to enhance the business of its customers. We are proud of the transformation of KONGSBERG to become a driving force in sustainability not just in maritime, but in all aspects of industry and society
The Norwegian Polar Institute is a directorate under the Ministry of the Climate and Environment. The Institute’s activities are focused on environmental management needs in the polar regions. We produce scientific knowledge, conduct mapping and provide professional and strategic advice to the Norwegian authorities. We are present in the Arctic and the Antarctic, operate research stations and carry out expeditions
The University of Bergen (UIB) is a research-intensive state university located in Bergen, Norway. The university today has 4,200 employees and 21,000 students and is an internationally recognised research university. Academic diversity and high quality are fundamental for us.
The Aquarium in Bergen is Norway's largest aquarium and one of Bergen's biggest tourist attractions for both young and old. Our vision is to create a desire to learn about life in the sea. You can learn a lot about the sea and animals by reading a book or hearing about it in school, but it is better to learn about the animals when you see fish and animals in real life. The aquarium has been an institution in Bergen since 1960 and is organized as a foundation.
The Norwegian Seafood Council works together with the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture industry to develop markets for Norwegian seafood. We do this through market insights, market development, market risk management and reputational risk management in select markets around the world.