Welcome to PURE Faroe Islands, the portal which is being developed to provide information to the world about all of the research institutions, researchers and research activity conducted from the Faroe Islands. The project to adopt PURE has been led by the University of the Faroe Islands, the Faroese Research Council and the National Library of the Faroe Islands. Initially, the collaboration has focused on having all of the research and teaching staff at the University added to the system, with all of their areas of expertise and interest, projects, outputs and activities. From there, we have been proceeding towards the inclusion of the many other research institutions on the Faroe Islands, and the work of their researchers – beginning with the Faroese Marine Research Institute, Havstovan, and Fiskaaling, the Faroese Aquaculture Research Station, and now extending to other institutions. The various institutions, and their internal departments, can be found under Research Units above. Progressively, PURE Faroe Islands will provide comprehensive and transparent information about all of the research that has been, and is being, conducted on the Faroe Islands, and will support our researchers in further strengthening their international profiles and connections. Thank you for visiting PURE Faroe Islands.
ST Heimsmálini - UN Sustainable Development Goals
Í 2015 samdust 193 lond um at seta mál fyri at enda fátækdømi, verja jørðina og tryggja vælferð fyri øll. Vel eitt mál fyri at síggja íkastið, okkara granskarar gera fyri at røkka málunum. In 2015, 193 countries agreed to adopt global goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Click on a goal to explore how our researchers contribute towards achieving these goals.
Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years
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