An outline of DBT’s structure and history

 

  • The DBT consists of a board with seven members, representatives under new formation and a secretariat with 25 employees.
  • The DBT was abolished by law in November 2011. The DBT Foundation was established as a non-profit foundation on June 20, 2012.
  • The DBT received an annual subsidy and paid annual report to the Parliamentary Committee on Science and Technology.
  • The DBT board consisted of 11 members. 4 was appointed by the minister of Science and the others was appointed by nomination from a number of organizations.
  • The DBT had the statuary duty to inform citizens and politicians on new technology. They had a magazine called Teknologidebat (Technology debate) and two newsletters called Fra Rådet til Tinget (From the Board to the Parliament) and TeknoNyt (Techno-news).
  • The DBT consists of a board with seven members, representatives under new formation and a secretariat with 25 employees.
  • The DBT was abolished by law in November 2011. The DBT Foundation was established as a non-profit foundation on June 20, 2012.
  • The DBT received an annual subsidy and paid annual report to the Parliamentary Committee on Science and Technology.
  • The DBT board consisted of 11 members. 4 was appointed by the minister of Science and the others was appointed by nomination from a number of organizations.
  • The DBT had the statuary duty to inform citizens and politicians on new technology. They had a magazine called Teknologidebat (Technology debate) and two newsletters called Fra Rådet til Tinget (From the Board to the Parliament) and TeknoNyt (Techno-news).