New version of Study in Iceland launched

Study in Iceland, a web portal containing information about higher education in Iceland has been re-launched. This website is run in cooperation between The Icelandic Centre for Research and Promote Iceland. The focus of the website is to gather all relevant information useful for international students in one place.

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Urban Food from Residual Heat – Open Innovation Competition

The Iceland School of Energy at Reykjavik University and the consulting company Navigo are offering a presentation of Climate-KIC´s Open Innovation Competition on the use of residual heat for urban food production.

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Annual innovation course welcomes students from Alberta, Canada

Every spring, first-year graduate students at Reykjavik University are organised into random groups of three or four and assigned the task of coming up with a new business idea. The students then have three weeks to bring together ideas and skills, and knowledge from their respective academic fields to make their plan, and are even encouraged to do a prototype of the new product.

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Skjáskot úr leiknum EVE Online sýnir geimskip

RU Students take part in groundbreaking project with CCP Games

Students from Reykjavik University's School of Computer Science are working on a project that has received some well-deserved interest lately. Project Discovery is the name of the project, a collaboration between RU and CCP Games that among other things develops the popular game EVE Online.

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