Tagged: NTNU

A historic city with a young soul

Immerse yourself in Trondheim’s bustling student scene—from pubs and bars to soccer and board games—and truly experience the youth and vibrancy of the medieval city Sofia Moen Seattle, Wash. As the ancient capital of...

A rock fit for royalty in Sykkylven

The “Princess Stone” is a beautiful piece of geology located in the Riksheimdal valley of Sykkylven, Norway Kelsey Larson Managing Editor Martin Ystenes found the Princess Stone on a summer hike in 2009, in...

World's first university with indoor navigation app

Imagine a navigation system that works where GPS signals don’t. With its new “Campus Guide“, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is now the first university in the world where you can...

New underwater robotics lab established

With the snip of a underwater robot claw, Norway’s Minister of Trade and Industry cut the ribbon for a new underwater robotics laboratory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Environmental monitoring...

Smartphone technology improves prosthetic limbs

Losing a limb can be a devastating experience, and while electrically powered prostheses can serve as a replacement for a lost arm, they are notoriously difficult to operate, and will never fully replace normal...

Norwegian scientist with new pyramid theory

For thousands of years, scientists from around the world have tried to understand how the Egyptians erected their giant pyramids. Now, a Norwegian researcher claims that he can answer an ancient, unsolved puzzle. Researchers...

Official opening of the Gigaphone

The ‘Talerøret’ (the Gigaphone), an art installation in Trondheim’s Tordenskiold Park, is NTNU’s centennial gift to the city’s residents. The installation will have its official opening on Wednesday, 8 September, at 12.00. The ‘Talerøret’...

Probiotic use in mothers limits eczema in their babies

(20.07.2010) Mothers who drank milk with a probiotic supplement during and after pregnancy were able to cut the incidence of eczema in their children by almost half, a new study published in the British...