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Taming urban sprawl
Choking on their own growth
Gemini Spring 2013 edition
The world's megacities are only going to grow -- and the ones that will grow the most are those in lesser developed countries that don't have the tools to plan for this inevitable and explosive expansion. Read how NTNU planning students are helping residents of slums in Uganda and elsewhere in the world get the vital services they need in the latest edition of Gemini, NTNU and SINTEF's popular science research magazine.
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NTNU researchers in the Fram Strait
Changing climate is melting summer Arctic sea ice, which is opening the area to more ship traffic and oil and gas exploration. Learn about the different kinds of research that NTNU scientists with the Sustainable Arctic Marine and Coastal Technology programme are doing to make sure these developments are safe and sustainable.
What will happen to Svalbard's reindeer as the planet warms?
(06.03.2014) Researchers from NTNU's Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics have been working on this question, and publishing their findings in Science magazine, among others. Now their efforts have been profiled in the March issue of Smithsonian magazine in the US.
Two NTNU students off to North Pole to set record
(03.03.2014) If all goes according to plan, two NTNU mechanical engineering students, Kristoffer Glestad and Lars Mangerud Flesland, will leave on 7 March from Canada's Ward Hunt or Cape Discovery to be the youngest ever individuals to travel unsupported to the North Pole.
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