NTNU Research

Research ExcellenceIllustration Research excellence

ERC grants | EU projects
Centres of Excellence
Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research
Centres for Research-based Innovation
The Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience

The K. G. Jebsen Centres
Outstanding Academic Fellows
The Onsager Fellowship


Strategic Research Areas

Energy
Ocean Science and Technology
Health, Welfare and Technology
Sustainable societal development


Enabling technologiesIllustration Enabling technologies

NTNU's research on enabling technologies:
ICT
Biotechnology
Nanotechnology


General researchIllustration General research

NTNU conducts research within a variety of fields, ranging from arts, jazz and languages through architecture, social sciences and education to ICT, economics, engineering and medicine:

Researching the ice

Ever wonder what it's like to do research in the Arctic? Take a look at this video of SAMCoT researchers working on ice studies in the Greenland Sea. Read more at www.ntnu.edu/samcot

A journey into entorhinal cortex

Edvard and May-Britt Moser's discoveries -- in particular the "grid cells" for which they received the 2014 Nobel prize -- are quite remarkable.

2014 Nobel prize winners in medicine or physiology

Professors May-Britt and Edvard Moser depicted with Nobel gold medal. Photo: Geir Mogen. Gold medal: The Nobel Foundation.
Professors May-Britt and Edvard Moser have been awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain. Press releases, videos, photos and more