Research at the Department of Biology

The Department of Biology's main research areas are in aquaculture, ethology, evolutionary biology, environmental toxicology, plant and animal physiology, marine biology, molecular biology, natural resource management and general ecology.

We prize interdisciplinary research and our researchers work closely with other NTNU departments, as well as with NINA, the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; SINTEF, Scandinavia's largest independent research institute; and other national and international partners, including the Norwegian Polar Institute and the International Polar Year. We regularly participate in Nordic and European research and exchange programmes. Marine research is one of NTNU's six Strategic Areas, while molecular biology is a departmental priority research area.

One of the strengths of our programme is that bachelor's and master's students are closely involved with senior scientists, project team members and PhD students in all aspects of research.

 

HYDRALAB IV (FP7) now offers European research groups free transnational access to the Sletvik field station

FP7

Hydralab