Representatives from Japanese and Norwegian universities, research institutions, government and industries will participate in Japan–Norway Arctic Science and Innovation Week in Tokyo 2–3 June. Video: SAMCoT scientists out in the sea ice on a research cruise.
NTNU hosts the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, two national centres for Enovironment-friendly Energy Research, four national centres of Excellence, and seven centres for Research-based Innovation. Several ERC grants and Horizon 2020 projects have been won by NTNU scientists.
The University Schools (School-University Partnership) work in close partnership with NTNU, and conduct research and development to promote learning combined with forward-looking teacher education.
Evaluating the commerical possibilities of an idea, starting a company, or in need of expertise on intellectual property rights – NTNU provides its scientific community with the expertise. The commercialisation of new technology is one of the key tasks of NTNU's Technology Transfer Office.
Partners and collaborators
NTNU's main partners and collaborators in research and innovation: