Five sector-specific focus areas reflect the activities in the blue economy. One overarching area is concerned with the marine environment and society.
NTNU offers a wide range of specialised facilities for use in marine research and education. These include large marine model basins, experimental test facilities, analytical laboratories, field stations, a research vessel and a state-of-the-art instrumentation park.
NTNU Ocean School of Innovation
Adressing the need for PhD candidates with scientific, technical and entrepreneurial competence.
Multidisciplinary and highly innovative research activities initiated by NTNU Oceans that deal with complex challenges in the ocean environment.
Havlandet Norge (Coastal Communities)
National Research Centres (SFF/SFI/FME)
NTNU Oceans is involved in a number of research, innovation and coordination actions, in Horizon 2020, FP7 and other programmes.
Marine and maritime activities are corner stones of the Norwegian economy. Main funding sources are The Research Council of Norway, regional funds and the industry itself.
NTNU Oceans in the media
- Autonome skip: Norsk-finsk landskamp (29/09)
- Et øye under vann (29/09)
- Ønsker å teste autonome skip i norske fjorder (29/09)
- akvARENA fortsetter samarbeidssuksessen med studenter (26/09)
- Transmission of new virus believed to occur between farmed and wild fish (26/09)
- Noen arter lever i tett mørke, og noen kan lage sitt eget lys (22/09)
- Kan revolusjonere oppdrettsnæringen (22/09)
- Forsker på mikroplastens mørke sider (21/09)
- Norsk jakt på nya havsrikedomar (19/09)
- Bridgehead Aquaculture conference (6 Oct 2016)
- New research project on sensor network (13 Sept 2016)
- Changing ice properties in the Arctic (9 Sept 2016)
- Live blog from the Oden Icebreaker (Aug-Sept 2016)
- Circular Ocean conference in Ålesund (1-2 Sept 2016)
- Research cruise will map mineral resources at sea (19 Aug 2016)