Centre for Molecular Imaging at NV (MINT)

Centre for Molecular Imaging at NV (MINT)

– Subcellular interactions and imaging

picture Astrid Bjørkoy and the Confocal laser scanning microscope

Atomic force microscopy with TIRF (BioScope SZ). Astrid Vik Bjørkøy. Photo: Geir Mogen

Subcellular Interactions and Imaging

The imaging facility at Centre for Molecular Imaging at NV is an interdepartmental collaboration between Department of Biology, Department of Biotechnology, and Department of Physics at the Faculty of Natural Sciences (NV).

We offer advanced microscopy facilities located in the Natural Science Building at NTNU. The instrumentation includes several confocal laser scanning microscopes, multiphoton microscopy, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, total internal reflection microscopy and atomic force microscopy.

MINTs mission is to create a dynamic and productive environment for researchers at NTNU and for our national and international collaborators, offering users the latest technology in molecular imaging as well as technical support and expertise.




Phone:  +47 73593669

Cellphone:  +47 91897851


Høgskoleringen 5, Trondheim Realfagbygget B4-137


Department of Physics, NTNU
NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway