Discover In The Field – the international blog telling fascinating stories from around the world about people and projects connected by high-capacity research and education networks. A substantial number of blogposts are related to Scandinavia:
For example WRAM, the wireless remote animal monitoring project at Umeå University, the Heatmap Europe project at Aalborg University, researchers from the University of Jyväskylä analyzing what happens inside our heads when we listen to music, and much more.
Also, you can read about how eduroam, the secure, worldwide roaming access developed for the international research and education community, is spreading throughout the world, with Sweden and Norway in the lead regarding eduroam penetration in airports, hotels and hospitals.
Or how about the story about Norway leading the way regarding digital exams, Norwegian Uninett being the coordinator of a large national project aiming to make 60% of all exams digital in 2016.
Take a look at In The Field to discover how research and education networks are made up of much more than fibre, routers and switches. These networks are enabling access to content and resources, connecting people, delivering new experiences, fostering collaboration and cultivating interdisciplinary communities.