• High-ranking Shanghai delegation at FNI

    Photo: FNI

    With the shared goal of reducing carbon emissions, a delegation from Shanghai and Norwegian experts recently met for a climate and energy roundtable at FNI.

  • Can teamwork yield better crops?

    Photo: Staur gård

    Practicing participatory approaches to plant breeding can help bring about promising new crops for food production - and thus help meet farmers’ and consumers’ needs at the same time.

  • FNI hosts expert network on biodiversity

    Bø in Vesterålen, Norway. Photo: Peter Prokosch, Grid Arendal

    With the expiry date of the UN 2020 targets on biodiversity approaching, social scientists and policy-makers are joining forces in a new network in which FNI is centrally involved.

  • Impressive string of new Arctic books

    Arctic books from FNI

    A whole series of FNI books, all dealing with Arctic issues, will be published this autumn– a strong testimony to FNI’s academic rigour and cutting-edge research within the field, according to our UK publisher.

  • Top position once again for FNI

    FNI tops publication ranking. Photo: Jan D. Sørensen

    Once again, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) ranks as the number one most publishing independent research institute in Norway.


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