• We celebrate #WomenInScience!

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    On 11 February, we celebrate the International Day for Women and Girls in Science. The aim is to increase the representation of women within scientific disciplines. Get to know some of our female colleagues!

  • Global DAS monitoring month February 2023


    The IRIS Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) Research Coordination Network (RCN) is coordinating a global measurement campaign of fibre systems in the period 1-28 February 2023.

  • MEDiate


    The Multi-hazard and Resilient-informed system for Enhanced Local and Regional Disaster risk management (MEDiate) project will contribute to enhanced assessment of disaster risks and to improved disaster risk management and governance.

  • NORSAR technology listed!

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    Today, the company Nordic Technology group (NTG) was listed on the stock exchange. This group includes Wavetrains Systems, which 12 years ago set itself the goal of making it safer to cross train tracks. Research and development from NORSAR has made this possible.

  • ENSURE: How to Ensure Safe Carbon Capture and Storage


    NORSAR will lead a newly funded research project on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Together with partners, the project has been allocated funds from the Norwegian Research Council and will take us one step closer to safe storage of CO2.

  • The international day for women and girls in science!


    On the 11th of February, the UN celebrates the international day for women and girls in science! During the last decades, the global community have made a lot of effort to inspire women and girls in the field of science. However, women and girls continue to be excluded from participating to the fullest. 

  • International Day against Nuclear Tests


    Nuclear tests were carried out in large quantities between 1945 and 1996, and these tests have had severe consequences for humans, animals, and nature.

  • 51 years of the Non-Proliferation Treaty


    Today, 5 March, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) entered into force 51 years ago. It opened for signature 1 July 1968 and entered into force 5 March 1970. The Treaty is described as the most important disarmament and arms control treaty of nuclear weapons.

  • #WomenInScience at NORSAR


    On 11 February, NORSAR celebrated the International Day for Women and Girls in Science: #WomenInScience. Throughout the week we interviewed some of our female colleagues.

  • Gjerdrum Landslide: Not triggered by earthquake

    Screenshot from interview with NRK 31.12.2020

    On December 30, a terrible landslide resulted in devastating casualties in Ask, Gjerdrum. Worried local citizens told the press about shakings they thought could be an earthquake before the landslide and contacted NORSAR. Based on our cooperation within Europe, we knew that quick clay could liquefy after earthquake although this has not been documented in Norway before.

  • TURNkey Newsletter: January 2022

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    In a new newsletter from January 2022, TURNkey presents results from Work Package 4 and Work Package 5 which have been completed. The demonstration of the TURNkey platform will be delivered shortly.

  • Nytt jordskjelvsoneringskart for Norge


    Norge har fått et nytt og digitalt jordskjelvsoneringskart. Det betyr at utbyggere og storsamfunnet til sammen kan spare milliarder av kroner på store utbyggingsprosjekter i årene som kommer.

  • GoNorth!

    SPITS seismic station at Svalbard

    This is the name for a broad consortium of geoscience researchers investigating the arctic.

  • TURNkey


    NORSAR is leading a EU research and innovation project that is working towards more earthquake resilient societies. The TURNkey project is a 3-year project and is represented by a Consortium of 21 partners (universities, research institutes, SME’s, etc.) distributed across 10 European countries. TURNkey’s purpose is to develop a multi-sensor-based earthquake information system, facilitating Earthquake Forecasting and enabling Early Warning and Rapid Response actions.

  • #WomenInScience : Meet Seismologist Federica Ghione

    Day 2 of #WomenInScience – today you will meet Seismologist Federica Ghione from Italy. She holds a master’s degree in Applied Geological Sciences from the University of Pavia, Italy and is currently pursuing a PhD in Seismic Risk at the University of Oslo.

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