Enabling technologies

  • Nanotechnology
  • Biotechnology
  • ICT


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Over 500 of NTNU's experts are available to comment on a range of topics. Use the alphabetical guide or search by name or theme.

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PhD Opportunities

A wide range of doctoral programmes are available at NTNU. In order to earn a degree, PhD candidates must be admitted to a specific PhD programme and undertake both research and coursework.


International Researcher Support (NIRS)

Business and Innovation

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 neccessary expertise. The commercialisation of new technology is one of the key tasks of NTNU's Technology Transfer Office.


4 Nobel laureates

in chemistry, physics and medicine

76 spin-offs

in the last five years

100 laboratories

from nano lab to language lab

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Video: Noughts and crosses on a strand of hair
Nanotechnology allows us to build new materials atom by atom, and customize their characteristics based on what we need. NTNU NanoLab is a cross facultary, strategic initiative with the objective to coordinate and promote nanoscience and nanotechnology at NTNU.

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Video: Understanding cognitive processes
Explaining the research behind the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology for 2014, awarded to John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser for the the discovery of place cells and grid cells, that provide the brain with an internal coordinate system essential for navigation. Made by Tor Martin Austad and Vinh Martin Nguyen.

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The 2014 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to May-Britt and Edvard Moser for the discovery of grid cells, that provide the brain with an internal coordinate system essential for navigation.


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The 2014 winner of the Nils Klim Prize Terje Lohndal wants to "know whether there are any language-specific mechanisms at work, and what the interplay between the language faculty and general cognition is."


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The 2014 Teknologibragden Award was awarded to Professor Alf Inge Wang at the Department of Computer and Information Science for his effort within gamification of education and the education game Kahoot!


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