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NTNU's solar cookers go global!

(15.09.2014) It took 9 PhDs and 20 master's students to develop the technology that is a critical part of the solar cooker developed by Asfafaw H. Tesfay. Now it is being commercialized. Read all about on IEEE Spectrum's webpages or at gemini.no.

Kavli Prize Week 2014 - Meet the laureates

(08.09.2014) NTNU welcomes six of this year's Kavli Prize laureates on September 11th. The Kavli Prize was established by Fred Kavli, an NTNU graduate who emigrated to the United States in the 1950s. Among this year's laureates is Thomas W. Ebbesen, the first Norwegian ever to receive the Kavli Prize. Programme 2014 Kavli Prize Week.

Treating cancer - with Botox

(21.08.2014)  New research spearheaded by researchers from NTNU and Columbia University details how Botox can limit cancer cell growth. Read coverage on the BBC's website.an independent, non-profit company with 370 members from 40 countries.


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It's called a goat boat, but it's no goat!

What is lost when old boat-building traditions give way to more modern approaches? When researchers looked at how an older, handcrafted boat performed, they found some surprising answers.

 

The secret life of the sea trout

Researchers need to know why species numbers for fish like the sea trout are on the decline. But they can't ask the fish what's happening, so -- they spy on them.

 

Mosers win Körber European Science Prize

NTNU neuroscientists May-Britt and Edvard I. Moser received the Körber European Science Prize 2014 for their pioneering work in the field of brain research.

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