Norwegian researchers are the world’s first to develop a method for producing semiconductors from graphene. This finding may revolutionise the technology industry.
A new app lets viewers report poor quality while they are watching Internet TV – and get a better picture.
Researchers at NTNU have patented and are commercializing GaAs nanowires grown on graphene, a hybrid material with competitive properties.
SINTEF has written a report describing how road users perceive the […]
Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is an advanced tool – in principle […]
The world has been given something that the lossless current conductors can actually be used for.
The Research Council of Norway is putting NOK 24 million […]
Three projects involving Norwegian and Indian partners are being supported […]
A wood fibre only 100 nanometres thick will help to […]
The terrorist bomb that devastated government buildings in Oslo on […]
India has 1.2 billion people, more and more of whom […]
Obese people have a one-and-a-half times greater risk of developing […]
The EU wants electricity distribution systems that can use more […]
Lamb will keep twice as long as today if new […]
High efficiency at low firing intensity is important for the […]
Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Forest fires and terror attacks. Norway and the rest of the world must be prepared for catastrophes.
Two SINTEF scientists, Eduardo Grimaldo and Manu Sistiaga, have developed […]
NEW BUSINESS: More than 400 kilometres of paper receipts are […]
If you often become tired when you are driving, the […]
Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies (KOGT) has just launched its […]
An NTNU/SINTEF research group believes that it has created ultrasonic […]
What sort of HSE knowledge do we really need to […]
Human rights violations are far fewer in countries with access […]