News and Press Releases

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.

The Norwegian who built the world’s roads

(15 April 2015) The Flåm Line railway, the Trans-Iranian railroad, Ethiopian roads and many Norwegian airports. A little known professor and engineer at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTNU's predecessor) helped to build them all.

Clay can be used for carbon capture

(8 April 2015) Ordinary clay can be as good as more advanced materials for capturing carbon dioxide.

A new look at corruption and greed

(10 March 2015) Substantial revenues from natural resources bring opportunities, but also problems, in developing countries. A new research project will look at best practices in resource management.

 

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