CARBOOCEAN - HUNTING FOR CO2
Young researcher Emil Jeansson is part of a large international team that for the past five years has been investigating just how much CO2 the oceans can absorb. Come aboard and find out what they discovered. Can the oceans save us?>>More

 
  CHASING THE POLAR LOW
Polar lows are unpredictable and can kill. We follow a group of scientists who are participating in the biggest storm hunt in Norwegian history. Will they manage to capture the violent and unpredictable polar low? Will the chase be successful, can they help prevent an environmental catastrophe and future loss of lives? With just three weeks at their disposal, the scientists on Andøya will be racing against the clock and the forces of nature. >>More
 
    MARINEHOLMEN
The film presents the development of the Marineholm research and industrial park, showing the innovative expertise that is already established there. >>More
 
 
TURNING POINT
In the tv-series Turning Point we meet people who has lived through crises and been strengthened by the experience. The series was produced in collaboration with NRK, and shown on NRK1 in January 2006.  >>More
 
  HISTORY OF THE EARTH
The transformation of the natural landscape into a cultural landscape began more than 10.000 years ago and was the beginning of a process that would alter our way of thinking and our way of life. The series was shown on NRK1 during Christmas 2004 and received very good ratings. >>More
 
  FORSKNING.NO
Univisjon delivers short popular science television reports to forskning.no. The idea for the website was originally put forward by The Research Council of Norway and it is co-owned by a number of Norwegian research and educational institutions.>>More
 
 

TREASURES FROM THE SEA (TREATS)
Can substances found in the oceans help cure cancer? We follow scientists in their worldwide search for new and undiscovered biological material. Marine plants and organisms contain substances that can prove to be important both as medicines and food supplements. The DVD-film was shown by NRK in 2005 and received awards at two international festivals. >>More