Organisation for the second funding period of the centre DLN 2.0 2021–2026.

Organisation chart

The competence hub that manages the centre consists of

  • the operational management team with a centre manager and senior advisers employed at NTNU, UiO and UiB
    See overview of employees.
  • the expert task force with scientific representatives who contribute to the centre's work as part of their job at the host institutions NTNU, UiO, UiB, NMBU, OUS, SINTEF and UiT.  An important task of the expert task force is to anchor the activities of the centre in the host institutions. The scientific director and the centre manager are also members of the expert task force.
    See overview of members

The junior resource group consists of PhD students and postdoctoral fellows from the host institutions. The members will vary over time. The group is a resource for the centre's competence hub and the research school. See overview of current members.

The international advisory committee is in the making.

Research projects

The centre has 35 research projects all over the country. The transdisciplinary research projects in the centre combine biotechnology with digital technology in health, aquaculture, agriculture, and industrial biotechnology. 

The interactions at the centre occur between the different research projects, and between research projects and the competence hub. The projects receive guidance and support from the operational management team with regard to data and models, collaboration across disciplines and projects, commercialisation, innovation, industry collaboration and responsible research and innovation (RRI) and change management and career development.