NTNU Ocean Science and Technology
The strategic area is an access point to NTNUs expertise in the field of ocean science and technology. The centre will coordinate and initiate new multidisciplinary activities within research, education and innovation. Moreover, contribute to increase the knowledge base in the maritime, oil and gas and aquaculture industry.
A major activity is to identify and develop future knowledge needs in shipping, deep ocean and artic exploration, seafood production, marine resources and energy, marine environment and society through basic research and joint projects with the industry.
Research efforts in natural science, marine engineering, humanities and social sciences are combined to create new multidisciplinary solutions supporting a sustainable production of marine resources, energy and minerals.
NTNU Ocean Science and Technology has chosen 6 areas of attention:
- Maritime transport
- Into the deep ocean
- Arctic exploration
- Sustainable seafood and marine bioresources
- Marine minerals and renewables
- Marine environment and society
Contact us at:
Ingrid Schjølberg (email@example.com)
Alexandra Neyts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
email@example.com (for general information)
firstname.lastname@example.org (for study related information)
NTNU OCEAN WEEK
NTNU Oceans invites you to join the NTNU OCEAN WEEK - a cross-disciplinary meeting place for researchers and representatives from industry and society in the marine sector. During the event, the latest developments in the fields of maritime transport, deep ocean research, aquaculture, offshore oil and gas, deep sea mining, arctic exploration and the marine environment and society will be highlighted.
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Study of marine life during the polar night
Researchers from NTNU, UNIS and University of Tromsø studied marine biology during the polar night period at Spitsbergen. They found a remarkably high intensity and variaty of life. This news article (in Norwegian) shows pictures of Arctic species and some of the recent findings.