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Bevilgninger til store regionale kvalifiseringsprosjekter

Følgende prosjekter ble bevilget:

  • Teknova AS: "Acoustic emission detection - eddy current ultrasonic focusing instrumentation for permanent condition monitoring of pipelines - kr. 500 000 (søknad 245530).
     
  • Knutepunkt Sørlandet: "MathEUS- Matematikk med mening. Et FoU-samarbeid mellom skole, universitet og arbeidsliv" - kr. 500 000 (søknad 245468).
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  • Agderforskning AS: "Work-life balance and well-being among highly skilled migrants within the health sector in Agder" - kr. 425 000 kroner (søknad 245514).
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  • GCE NODE: "Enabling smart components for offshore O&G industry using advanced composites. Opportunities and challenge analysis." - kr. 500 000 (søknad 245529).
     

 

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