Studies at the Department of Biotechnology

– at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology

Students from iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine)


Would you like to participate?

  • Developing new drugs
  • Find future enery solutions
  • Developing sustainable food production from the ocean

Most study programmes will focus on cell biology, biopolymers, food chemistry, etchical problems about gene modification and the medical effects on environmental biotechnology


Research areas for master students


Matilde Chauton in the algae laboratory. Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU



Contact our student advisors

Jo Esten Hafsmo (Biotechnology)

Lisbeth Aune (Biology)

Ingunn Yttersian (Biology)

Sigurd Madsen (NT faculty)

Job prospects

Interviews with previous students

MSc in Biotechnology