Tagged: Trondheim

Throughout the summer, a free electric bus running a fixed route in the city center. There is so little demand for the bus which normally runs between the parking lot at Marienborg to St....

Baby swimming brings benefits

Teaching babies to swim turns out to be more than just fun. Baby swimmers have better balance and are also better at grasping at things than non-swimmers. This difference persists even when children are...

NTNU researcher wins Editor's Choice Award

How much carbon does your country emit – and where does it come from? An NTNU researcher has an answer. NTNU Professor Edgar Hertwich and colleague Glen Peters created a website to answer precisely...

Air traffic on the rise

A total of slightly more than 2.7 million passengers traveled through Avinor’s airports in January, which is an increase of 4.2 percent compared to January 2009. International traffic is experiencing the strongest increase, with...

Ocean Space Centre proposal

A conceptual study of a NOK 10 billion Ocean Space Centre was presented Monday to Trond Giske, Norway’s Minister of Trade and Industry. The centre, which has been initially proposed for the Trondheim waterfront,...

Mystery Nazi sign found in Trondheim

David Tuddenham, a marine archaeologist at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), expected to find medieval artefacts during a routine archaeological survey of the Nidelva River for the city of Trondheim in...

NTNU composer nominated for Grammy award

Professor Ståle Kleiberg of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s (NTNU) Department of Music and the Norwegian music label Lindberg Lyd was nominated for a 2009 Grammy for best surround sound for the...