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EDC Responds to Demand for Sustainable Investment With New Green Bond
OTTAWA, ON--(Marketwired - December 01, 2015) - Export Development Canada (EDC) priced today a new USD 300 million 1.25% Fixed Rate Green Bond due December 10, 2018. The lead underwriters were BofA Merrill Lynch, Crédit Agricole CIB and Morgan Stanley. This new bond reflects EDC's ongoing commitment to developing the Green Bond market. This offering is scheduled to close on December 8, 2015.

Oslo, Norway. - September 17th, 2015 - AIMS Innovation announces collaboration with Microsoft to promote AIMS software globally
AIMS Innovation provides an Insight & Software Performance Analytics platform targeted at better understanding Enterprises' increasingly complex and connected software applications.  The software is in use by a number of Fortune 500 companies.

Jarle Roth nominated as new chair of the board of directors in Norske Skog
The members of the election- and remuneration committee of Norse Skog unanimously recommend that Jarle Roth takes over as new chair of the board of Norske Skog. Eivind Reiten has informed the committee that he will not seek re-election. Reiten has been chair since 2009.

Active Biotech - Notice of Annual General Meeting of Shareholders
The Board of Directors of Active Biotech AB(publ) has issued a notice to theAnnual General Meeting, which is to take place at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May15, 2013, at Edison Park, Emdalavägen 16 in Lund, Sweden.

Veidekke ASA: Veidekke's new corporate management is ready
In connection with the upcoming change of President and CEO of Veidekke from 1 July, incoming President and CEO Arne Giske has put together the new management team. Some managers will retain their responsibilities, others will be handed new tasks, and a new corporate staff manager has been appointed

Algeta ASA : Hilde Furberg and Paolo Pucci elected as new members of Algeta's Board of Directors
Algeta ASA (OSE: ALGETA), a company focused onthedevelopment of novel targeted cancer therapeutics, is very pleased toannouncethat Mrs Hilde Furberg and Mr Paolo Pucci were elected as new Non-executivemembers of its Board of Directors at the Company's annual general meetingheldin Oslo on 11 April 2013.

AIMS Innovation : AIMS for BizTalk Microsoft Monitoring Software is Microsoft Platform Ready for Windows Azure
Oslo, Norway - February 15, 2013 - AIMS Innovation, a systems monitoring software company, today announced the launch of a new version of its application, AIMS for BizTalk, which is Microsoft Platform Ready for the Windows Azure Platform.

AIMS INNOVATION : ANNOUNCES SALES AGREEMENT WITH COMMUNICATE TO RESELL AIMS FOR BIZTALK IN NORWAY AND SWEDEN
Oslo, Norway, August 29, 2012 - AIMS Innovation announces sales agreement with Communicate Norge for sales of AIMS for BizTalk.The agreement provides Communicate with exclusive distribution rights in the Norwegian market and non-exclusive rights for the Swedish market.

AIMS Innovation : awarded the Norwegian Enterprise Internationalization Price (NORINT)
Oslo, June 12 2012 - AIMS Innovation awarded the Norwegian Enterprise Internationalization Price (NORINT) of NOK 750.000 by the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprises (NHO). 

Nomination of new Chairman of the Board and new Chairman of the Corporate Assembly in Telenor ASA
(Oslo, 15 May, 2012) The Nomination Committee in Telenor ASA proposes that Mr. Svein Aaser should be elected as Chairman of the Board in Telenor, succeeding Harald Norvik. The Nomination Committee also proposes that Mr. Anders Skjævestad succeeds Mr. Jan Erik Korssjøen as Chairman of the Corporate Assembly and thus Chairman of the Nomination Committee.

AIMS Innovation : Early Adopter Program for AIMS for Biztalk closed to new applicants following strong demand
Oslo, Norway, May 15, 2012 - AIMS Innovation has closed the AIMS for Biztalk Early Adopter Program to new applicants.The program allows Microsoft Biztalk users the opportunity to use a full feature pre-release version of AIMS for Biztalk to pro-actively monitor their Microsoft Biztalk implementation

AIMS Innovation : launches Early Adopter Program for AIMS for Biztalk - the game changing monitoring tool

Solar tornadoes could be replicated on Earth to produce clean energy
An international team of scientists has discovered tornadoes in space, which could hold the key to power the atmosphere of the Sun to millions of kelvin.

Women with fear of childbirth endure longer labor
Women who have a fear of childbirth spend 47 minutes longer in labor than their peers who have no such fear, a new research has revealed.

Man's remotest relative found in Norway lake slucge
Norwegian scientists have claimed that they have found one of the world's oldest living organisms and man's remotest relative - after spending two decades examining a microscopic algae-eater that lives in a lake in Norway.

Pupils in eyes ' are windows to the mind'
The eyes are the window into the soul, or, at least the mind, a new study has suggested.

CO2 turns clownfish into drunken daredevils
Carbon dioxide in the ocean acts like alcohol on fish and leaves them less able to judge risks, making them prone to losing their senses, a new study has claimed.

Kapil Sibal Inaugurates 5th IFIP WITFOR, Promises Electronic Delivery of Public Services within Five Years
Honourable Minister of Communications & IT Sh. Kapil Sibal inaugurated the 5th IFIP World IT Forum today. He said that we are committed to ensure the Electronic Delivery of all possible public Services “in less than five years,” a move that would help ramp up transparency and accountability in governance

Women who delay first baby for career 'more vulnerable to postnatal depression'
Women who choose to delay motherhood until after they have established their career are more likely to suffer from post-natal depression, scientists have warned.

New Human Resource Director in DNO

Spending more time at school may boost IQ
An increase in the number of years spent in school may boost intelligence, a study of Norwegian men has revealed.

Quack medicines and what eats what in nature revealed by DNA barcodes
Scientists have deployed the newfound scientific power to quickly "fingerprint" species via DNA to unmask quack herbal medicines, reveal types of ancient Arctic life frozen in permafrost, expose what eats what in nature, and halt agricultural and forestry pests at borders.

How exercising reindeers keep cool in Arctic winter
Scientists have discovered how heavily insulated reindeer prevent themselves from overheating and how Rudolph the red-nose Reindeer keeps cool every Christmas Eve.

Village in Nepal on brink of losing ancient monastery in hands of glacial lake floods
Nepal's Halji village, best known for its 1000-year-old monastery, a potential World Heritage Site, is facing a huge threat from frequent glacial lake outpour floods, which mysteriously occur annually on the same day every summer since 2006.

Powerful magnetic waves 'baking sun's corona and driving solar wind'
Why the sun's outer atmosphere, or corona, is 20 times hotter than its surface and how the solar wind is accelerated up to 1.5 million miles per hour have deceived scientists for decades, but it seems they are now one step closer to solving the mystery.

Pregnancy weight gain raises the risk of having a fat baby
Excessive weight gain during pregnancy seems to increase birthweight and the offspring's risk of obesity later in life, a new study has suggested.

Bachelors 'twice as likely to die of cancer'
Bachelors take note. You are more likely to die of cancer than married men, a 40-year study has found.

Norway royal family to lead moment of silence for terror victims
Norway's King Harald and Queen Sonja will lead their nation and other Scandinavian countries in observing a minute's silence for the 93 victims of Friday's terrorist attack.

Kon-Tiki explorer partly right about Polynesians having South American roots
A new study has found that a Norwegian, who undertook a Kon-Tiki expedition to prove that Polynesians had South American roots, was partly right about his theory.

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