New EU Project: DARWIN- To Improve Reactions and Limit Damage in Crisis Situations
European End Users and Experts Join Together to Improve Responses and Limit Damage of Natural and Man-Made Disasters
The Ocean Space Centre must be built
Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, the Norwegian Minister of Research and Education, promised greater funding for his sector, emphasising that the Ocean Space Centre needs to be built to enable us to tackle theimportant challenges facing society.
SINTEF announces operating profit of NOK 106 million for 2014
SINTEF made an operating profit of NOK 106 million in 2014, and a pre-tax profit of NOK 143 million. A number of one-off items have had a positive effect on the financial result, but profit from ordinary operations has been inadequate.
SINTEF spin-off RESMAN acquired by Nordic Capital
Nordic Capital has acquired the SINTEF spin-off RESMAN for more than NOK 1 billion. "This sale demonstrates yet again that we deliver world class technologies", says Anders Lian at SINVENT Venture.
SINTEF spin-off sold for 500 million
The German company Dräger has acquired the SINTEF spin-off GasSecure for NOK 500 million.
New Executive Vice-President at SINTEF Materials and Chemistry
Eli Aamot is appointed as the new Executive Vice-President at SINTEF Materials and Chemistry.
SINTEF is closing down its research foundation in Brazil
SINTEF will carry out a controlled closing down of its research foundation in Brazil. The reason is a debilitating regulatory framework which has made it impossible to do business without financial losses. SINTEF will find other means by which to follow up its clients and research partners in the country.
Unni Steinsmo will be resigning her position in 2016 and SINTEF has started the process of finding a new CEO
Unni Steinsmo has notified the SINTEF Board that she wishes to resign her position as CEO on reaching her 62nd birthday in 2016.