NTNU News and Press Releases -- 2012
Unique runestone named to world heritage list
(08.02.2012) A unique runestone that was the first in Norway to mention "Norway" as a country and that dates the establishment of Christianity in the country been recognized by the United Nations as a world heritage document.
Warmer climate, less cold-loving mountain vegetation
(08.01.2012) Researchers from 13 countries including Norway report clear and statistically significant evidence of a continent-wide warming effect on mountain plant communities in a new article in Nature Climate Change.
Prevalence of acid reflux has increased by almost 50% over past decade
(03.01.2012) The prevalence of acid reflux experienced at least once a week has gone from 11.7% to 17.1%, or an increase of nearly 50% over the past decade, NTNU researchers have reported in a long term study of almost 80,000 people published online in Gut.
Taming urban sprawl
Choking on their own growth
Gemini Spring 2013 edition
The world's megacities are only going to grow -- and the ones that will grow the most are those in lesser developed countries that don't have the tools to plan for this inevitable and explosive expansion. Read how NTNU planning students are helping residents of slums in Uganda and elsewhere in the world get the vital services they need in the latest edition of Gemini, NTNU and SINTEF's popular science research magazine.
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