Technoport brings together researchers, investors, entrepreneurs and students from across Norway's knowledge economy to help stimulate innovation.
As a couple of new coworking spaces open up in Trondheim, is the coworking lifestyle for you?
Productivity tips for busy entrepreneurs.
The informal talks quickly showed there is a genuine will for cooperation, and that the two universities should get to know each other’s specific expertise and R&D interests better.
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Harness your inner child and it could change the way you work forever.
A focus on sales and a clear strategic plan was key for Dogu, the Trondheim-based technology startup.
When competing against the might of Silicon Valley for talent, attention and investment, the Nordic region must stand together as one.
Do you want to learn how Silicon Valley companies like Google, Facebook and Apple create amazing user-centred products and services?
A postcard from the technology capital of the world to the technology capital of Norway...
Trondheim-based Norwegian Creations has launched a new "Makers as a Service" concept, which Technoport used to great success at the Live Crowdfunding Experience.
Trondheim resident Fredrik Øvergård is lucky to be alive after a freak cycling accident, but his experience has been a force for good through his creation Smart113.
A look back at Technoport 2015, where Angela Lamont explained why the Lunar Mission One space project turned to crowdfunding to kickstart innovative scientific research.