NTNU is one of Europe’s top research centres on carbon capture and storage.
Edvard and May-Britt Moser, co-directors of the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, have been selected for a EUR 750 000 award from the Körber Foundation.
NTNU neuroscientists elected to elite scientific association.
Local materials, renewable energy reduce environmental impact.
Working with a computer program made a significant improvement.
Melting glaciers reveal Stone Age surprises.
Reducing the aerodynamic load on wind turbines.
New technology makes mines safer.
Is it the coach, the player, the training – or everything?
An aggressive invader is making its way to Norway.
Semiconductors nanowires grown on graphene
Why is chronic pain so prevalent?
Experts have long warned that rapid weight loss is bad, but new research suggests otherwise.
Bread may not be as environmentally friendly as we might like.
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Breastfeeding confers benefits to moms as well as their babies.
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