Predicting risks from invasive species – before it happens.
NTNU’s new laboratory for advanced underwater research, called the AUR Lab, […]
These scientists can predict the direction an oil spill will take, or if salmon lice will infect a neighbouring fish farm.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how the element […]
The wild pig is returning to Norway at full speed […]
CERN is known for its subterranean tunnel in which protons circulate […]
Many moose hunters are looking for the largest and finest bulls. But does this mean that the best genetic material ends up on the dinner table?
Research groups at SINTEF, MARINTEK and NTNU want to use […]
NTNU’s supercomputer, Njord, is one of Europe’s most powerful high […]
Polar bears in East Greenland and Svalbard and glaucous gulls […]
Growing and producing food make agriculture and food consumption among the most important drivers of environmental pressures, including climate change and habitat loss.
A voice-controlled pocket computer will soon be able to guide […]
A number of prisoners were executed in the woods outside […]
SINTEF scientists are being financed by the Research Council of […]
Biologists from NTNU and the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research […]
High quality wood and low emissions are the key to […]
House sparrow populations are dropping all over Europe just as […]
Peter S. Riseborough, a professor of theoretical physics at Temple […]
The microalga Thecadinium yashmin- aense has been discovered for the […]
Redfeed, a type of zooplankton, represents the largest single resource […]
Among the many things that Charles Darwin brought home with […]
Climate change and rising sea levels will give diving a […]
Even the planned increase in combined thermal energy and power […]
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has given NOK 500 000 […]