Nordisk Institutt for Studier av Innovasjon, Forskning og Utdanning (NIFU)
Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
Originally set up as a division within Norwegian Research Council for Science and the Humanities. Officially became a a Research Division of the Norwegian Research Council for the Sciences and Humanities, 1961. Reorganized as 'Institute for Studies in Research and Education', 1969. Became NIFU Foundation, 1996. Merged with STEP-group (Studies in Technology, innovation and Economic Policy), 1 May 2004.
Be a leading European research organization for studies of innovation, research and education at all levels.
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