According to the Strategy 2010-2013, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences will conduct high-quality research that benefits society. The University will be a research-intensive university that promotes autonomous, independent research.
UMB is recognised as a leading international centre of knowledge, focused on research within environmental- and biosciences.
The University has an active and open approach to research collaboration with the other research institutes on Campus Ås and is in the process of merging with The Norwegian School of Veterinary Science.
UMB conducts research on a broad range of topics in the field of climate and environment. Below you can find the name and links of UMB researchers, grouped into different areas of research.
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) has several decades experience with international institutional cooperation. Many institutional agreements with universities outside Norway have been active since the late 1960s.
UMB is an active partner in research activities initiated by the European Commission.
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences aims to be one of Norway’s leading postgraduate educational institutions. Currently, the University has approximately 430 students who are working towards their PhD degrees.
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