Professor Ole-Jan Iversen at NTNU believes that he has discovered […]
Fish is not only good for our bodies, but also […]
Roughly five per cent of pregnant women in Norway are […]
Following a suggestion from SINTEF’s Department of Marine Environmental Technology […]
Norway nearly leads the world when it comes to problems […]
Sigmund J. Andersen and Calin D. Marioara of SINTEF Material […]
SINTEF, Park Air Systems, Saab, Kongsberg, Thrane&Thrane and the Irish […]
Chapdrive has developed a patented, hydraulic gearbox for wind turbines. […]
Hearing impaired people have a real need for technological equipment, […]
Anne-Karin Furunes, professor and vice dean of the Trondheim Academy […]
The Norwegian continental shelf has changed a great deal in […]
Salt is the most widely used food additive in the […]
How should a critically injured saturation diver who works in […]
Safety, predictable behaviour and ownership of living areas are among […]
SINTEF Building Research is collaborating with the Selvaag Group in […]
A doll that was originally designed for use in car […]
One of the most serious complications of cystic fibrosis (CF) […]
A joint initiative led by the Norwegian Confederation of Industry, […]
When he was 19, Heri Ramampiaro left Madagascar to study […]
NTNU has been selected as having Europe’s best engineering education […]
A quiet revolution is underway in the international petroleum industry: […]
A new camera exposes secrets hidden on a surface: spots of cancer on a face. Human remains on a hill. The discoverer of this camera calls it the “PryJector.”
We can see what sticks up out of the sea – a big tower with rotor blades that are seventy meters long. But what does it look like underwater?
The idea of an intelligent earplug was conceived over a cup of coffee. Today, this special hearing protection unit is the best of its type in the world.
New ultrasound technology will make it possible for doctors to discover cancer tumors far earlier than before.
Experts believe that we can pump CO2, the most common greenhouse gas, into reservoirs in the North Sea. It would essentially eliminate one of this century’s problems. But is largescale CO2 storage on the Norwegian continental shelf really that straight forward?
Using super conducting materials in induction furnaces for aluminium and […]
Today’s serving trays can be quite slippery and difficult to […]
The oceans’ wild fish resources are limited, so it is […]