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Girls in technology at RU

Around one hundred 9th grade girls from schools around Iceland were invited to the University and to the premises of four technology companies in Iceland, to mark "Girls in ICT Day". The aim of the day is to introduce girls and raise their interest in the various possibilities in technology education and careers. The project was join collaboration with  Reykjavik University Ský and Samtök Iðnaðarin.

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Student presents work on geothermal potential in the Arctic in the Rising Stars Panel with Tufts and Harvard

The Warming of the Arctic Conference was held April 13-14 at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, USA. The 4th annual event brought together professionals from the Arctic Council countries, as well as students from the Iceland School of Energy, Harvard Kennedy School, and Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.

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Helgi Þór Ingason

Leading a new line of studies in project management and finances with the UN University Geothermal Training Programme

Helgi Þór Ingason, Associate Professor at the School Science and Engineering and Director of Masters studies in project management, MPM, at Reykjavik University, has been recently commissioned to establish a new program with the UN Council.

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Samningur HR og HÍ undirritaður

Reykjavik University and the University of Iceland sign cooperation agreement for research in neuroscience

On Thursday, March 19th, the Rector of the University of Iceland (HI) and Reykjavik University (RU) signed a contract between the School of Science and Engineering at RU and Life Sciences Centre at the University of Iceland to collaborate on their research in life sciences at the universities where Zebra fish have been used for experimentation. Read more

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