Norway | 03.05.2022

Oslo City Council approves new science and innovation center

Wednesday April 27th, Oslo City Council approved the plan to build Campus Ullevål – The Norwegian Geotechnical Institute’s new center for research and innovation on climate, energy, and environment.

With room for more than 1,500 employees, advanced laboratories, exhibition facilities, and much more, Campus Ullevål will play a central role in the development of Oslo Science City – Norway’s first innovation district, that has the purpose to strengthen collaboration across the science and business sectors and create the climate and energy solutions of the future.

Read more about the project (in Norwegian)

Oslo Bryggegata AART 07 H