Services

 

Focus groups

Our members have the opportunity to gain and share professional knowledge and expertise in socalled focus groups, e.g.:

  • Sales, marketing and communication,
  • Quality and regulatory issues

Seminars and workshops

Troughout the year, we offer a range of seminars and workshops with subjects that are relevant for our members. These events may also be organized in collaboration with other organizations like Norinnova Business Incubator. Cluster members most often can participate for free or at a discounted fee.

Promotion

Through Biotech North your company/organization will be promoted, on the website, in social media and in the newsletter and by network activities.

Networking

We organize several networking events throughout the year where our members can share knowledge and experience, but also get better known to each other. Additionally, we facilitate access to the national and international biotechnology and biomarine networks.

Application support group

We have a pool of approximately 10 professionals who can help to improve our members’ project applications to the Research Council, Horizons2020 and so on. Fom members only!

 

 

 

With a population of 72,066 and some 9,000 students and a centre for education and research – Tromsø is known as the capital of the Arctic. Tromsø, a city in Norway, is a major cultural hub above the Arctic Circle. It’s famed as a viewing point for colorful Northern Lights that often light up the nighttime sky. The city’s historic center, on the island of Tromsø, is distinguished by its centuries-old wooden houses. The 1965 Arctic Cathedral, with its distinctive peaked roof and soaring stained-glass windows, dominates the skyline.

The Artic University of Norway includes educational programs in biomarine science and biomedicine. In biomarine science, the University of­fers educational programs in marine biotechnology and bioprospecting, aquamedicine and seafood science, in addition general biology.

It is a short way from Tromsø to the Arctic Sea. We have a rich tradition of demanding expeditions and cautious use of marine resources; to exploit what we find in the best possible way. We uncover all the opportunities and value the sea creates by means of our skilled research base and scientific knowledge.