News and Press Releases

Eating habits matter most when it comes to weight gain in children

(16 July 2015) Some children gain more weight than others, and it seems that eating habits are the reason.

Jump in the sea and swim with salmon

(14 July 2015) With the help of new 3-D technology, you can dive underwater and swim with farmed salmon.

Super graphene can help treat cancer

(30 June 2015) Silver is often used as a coating on medical equipment used for chemotherapy. The problem is that this silver coating can break down drugs. Now, researchers have found a graphene coating that will help boost the effect of chemotherapy.

How was your stay at NTNU?

(22 June 2015) A photo competition for international students at NTNU reveal what they were up to when they were not studying.

Norwegians — and the rest of the world — are not afraid of climate change

(17 June 2015) More and more people claim to have experienced the direct impacts of climate change. Yet we are worrying less about how climate change may affect us.

We know more about the moon than the ocean floor

(10 June 2015) NTNU researchers are delving deep to investigate the seabed and opportunities to extract precious metals that lie several thousand metres deep.

The robot that learns everything from scratch

(2 May 2015) Imagine that everything in your mind had been erased, and you had to learn everything all over again. What would that process be like?

Brain signals contain the code for your next move

(27 May 2015) Researchers with the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience have found a pathway in the brain that the brain uses to plan to get from one place to another.

NTNU Approved as First Norwegian Partner in Climate-KIC

(11 May 2015) Climate-KIC Nordic is pleased to announce that our first Norwegian partner has now been approved. This is the very first KIC collaboration in Norway.

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