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About 630 of NTNU's experts are available to comment on a range of topics.

NTNU and SINTEF: Better together

CEO SINTEF Alexandra Bech Gjørv and Rector NTNU Gunnar Bovim. Thor Nielsen/NTNU.

NTNU is ranked as number one of the universities producing the highest proportion of the research in collaboration with a single partner from industry, SINTEF. Read the story:

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The Pier by NTNU Live Studio. Photo: Sophie Labonnote

Piren/the Pier, NTNU’s Live Studio project at the Faculty of Architecture and Design, is a cantilevered pier projecting 12 metres out over the Nidelva river in Trondheim. NTNU Live Studio and Piren received an award presented by the Ministry of Education and Research for quality of education in 2015.

Nobel Prize in Medicine

The Professors Edvard Moser and May-Britt Moser. Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU

The 2014 Nobel Price in Medicine was awarded to the professors May-Britt Moser, Edvard Moser and John O'Keefe for the discovery of grid cells, that provide the brain with an internal GPS essential for navigation.

IEEE Fellow

Professor Kristin Ytterstad Pettersen. Photo: Kai T. Dragland/NTNU

Professor in cybernetics Kristin Ytterstad Pettersen is the first Norwegian female IEEE Fellow. The prestigious title was awarded in 2016 for contributions to control of marine vessels and snake robots.


Øivind Wilhelmsen at European Federation of Chemical

Professor II Øivind Wilhelmsen has been awarded two prestigious prizes: Excellence Award from European Federation of Chemical, and Prigogine Prize from European Centre for Advanced Studies in Thermodynamics.

A winner of a strong heart!

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