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EDITORS IN CHARGE

Editor-in-chief SINTEF:
Director of communications Petter Haugan

Editor-in-chief NTNU:
Information Director Christian Fossen

Editor SINTEF:
Åse Dragland
Email: Ase.Dragland@sintef.no
Tel: +47 73 59 24 76
Fax: +47 73 59 83 50

Reporters: Svein Tønseth and Christina B. Winge

Postal address: Gemini, SINTEF, N-7465 Trondheim, Norway

Editors NTNU:
Nina Tveter
Email: nina.tveter@ntnu.no
Tel: +47 73 59 53 21
Fax: +47 73 59 54 37

Reporters: Lisa Olstad and Synnøve Ressem


Translation and English editing:
Hugh Allen, Stewart Clark and Nancy Bazilchuk.

 

GEMINI
GEMINI is published by SINTEF and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. Gemini is published twice a year in English. Circulation: 10 000.

Prize-winning Gemini
Gemini has won many awards in recent years. We're most proud of having been among the winners during the past five years in the Communication Association's competition for the best Norwegian business magazine. We have also won awards three years in a row for the best magazine article in a competition organized by the Publishing Agencies in Norway (PIN).

Nina and Åse

Nina Tveter and Åse Dragland, Editors.
Photo: Håvard Kallestad

 

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SINTEF
SINTEF is the largest independent research institution in Scandinavia with 2 100 employees. We solve our customers' problems through research contracts in the following fields: Health, information and communications technology, marine activities, materials science and applied chemistry, petroleum and energy, technology management and building/construction.

SINTEF intends in this way to act as a driving force in the process of restructuring and developing Norwegian society.


NTNU

NTNU – the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim represents academic eminence in technology and the natural sciences as well as in other academic disciplines ranging from the social sciences, the arts, medicine, architecture to fine art. Cross-disciplinary cooperation results in innovative breakthroughs and creative solutions with farreaching social and economic impact. NTNU has over 20 000 students and an academic staff of 2 500, of which one-third have permanent research appointments.

The university awarded 3 300 degrees in 2008. One-third of these degrees were awarded to women. About 40 per cent of NTNU’s degrees are in technology.

 

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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