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  • Bodø, one of the 2024 European Cultural Capitals, will be a fitting location for the conference.

    Nordland Research Institute is heavily involved in organising the Arctic Congress Bodø 2024, not only as one of the local hosts but also represented in all organising committees.

  • svalbard, landscape, spitsbergen

    A recent review of Svalbard tourism regulations reveals gaps and conflicting interests.

  • Accessible entry sign

    There are more than 1 billion people with disabilities or access requirements globally. In Norway alone, this number is as high as 1 million, and Europe has 135 million potential customers needing access requirements. So why has the tourism industry yet to adapt its accommodations or attractions for these customers?

  • Bjarne Lindeløv. HYBES. Foto: Marta Anna Løvberg

    HYBES will develop new methods to make buildings more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The project partnership comprises institutions from Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Ireland.

  • Foto: Adam Sébire / Climate Visuals

    Forty-five scientists recently met in Bremen, Germany, to discuss the future of Arctic fjords and the communities around them. But the researchers' most important task is listening to local people of the North.

  • Foto: Karoline O.A. Pettersen

    Several new, large projects have increased the need for researchers in the north. Nordland Research Institute currently has several vacancies. Your dream job may be within reach if you are passionate about sea or welfare research. In the last two years, Nordland Research Institute has hired 20 new employees, and more will come.