Tagged: Trondheim

A walking tour of historic Trondheim

Norway’s first capitol has much to offer in a small town center, from gothic cathedral to bars and boutiques David Nikel Trondheim, Norway Norway’s former viking capitol is often ignored by tourists in favor...

Trondheim is the world’s most expensive city

Trondheim is more expensive than both Zurich and Oslo, according to recent survey. A comparison of prices of 241,000 different goods and services puts Trondheim at the top of the list for the world’s...

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...

The Future Ocean Space Centre

The Norwegian Marine Research Institute Marintek is leading a public-private initiative to build a World Ocean Space Centre in Trondheim by 2020. The concept has been called the third wave, referring to the historic...

Another title for Rosenborg BK

Rosenborg BK coach Nils Arne Eggen said he would “leave it to the youngsters to celebrate” after a 1-0 win against Tromsø IL secured his 14th title in charge of the Trondheim side. Rosenborg BK clinched...

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’...

A birthday gift for NTNU's centennial

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim will receive one of the world’s leading experts on wind power as a birthday gift from Det Norske Veritas (DNV). NTNU will celebrate its centennial...