Five Gemini stories that detail the secrets of Norway’s bird populations.
Jarle Mork has spent the last 40 years of his career studying Trondheim Fjord and its finned inhabitants. Warmer waters and the arrival of new creatures are bad news for the fjord’s cod population, he says. But other fishing practices are problematic, too.
When one patient received 60 times the normal dose of morphine, and still didn’t notice anything, the doctor called NTNU. Now researchers know why this patient didn’t respond to the pain medication.
Norwegian cities are expanding very rapidly and in the areas surrounding many of them, naturally-occurring aggregates for asphalt and concrete production are becoming scarce. The solution may lie in local rock outcrops.
After the Republican convention in July we will be seeing another side of Donald Trump. The circus will be toned down, and we’ll get to experience a presidential nominee who will speak far more thoughtfully, according to one NTNU professor.
The Democratic Party has a big problem as the Democratic National Convention approaches in late July. Will an unpopular Hillary Clinton manage to unite the party?
The European aviation sector is planning to introduce satellite communication between aircraft and the ground, resulting in fewer zig-zag flight paths, reductions in CO2 emissions, and saved time and money. Norwegian researchers are looking into data security risks.
Common swifts are now slicing through the sky in Norway. Every year they fly the equivalent of four or five times around the Earth to return to their nesting areas.
Preeclampsia doesn’t usually cause complications, but sometimes things go wrong. That’s why research in this field is so important.
Have you had sex and then regretted it or felt rejected? You aren’t alone, and nothing’s wrong with you, either.
A high BMI when you’re young increases the risk of heart failure, even if you’re dieting away the pounds as you get older. Yo-yo dieting is the worst.
Norwegian laboratory tests show that gas wells can continue to be productive longer than we predicted, before they need expensive “anti-ageing” support.
Our heart’s left ventricle empties on each heartbeat. In many people with diabetes, it takes longer for the heart to refill with blood between heartbeats than in healthy individuals. But exercise can fix the problem, a new study shows.
A recent meta-analysis shows that consuming a lot of whole grains decreases the risk of dying prematurely.
Serious sleep problems are associated with heart failure, but they don’t seem to impair cardiac function in and of themselves.
- Depressed patient’s distress can become family’s distress
- Five Nordic universities look into the crystal ball
- Norwegian researchers make European air traffic more efficient
- Bubbles and ultrasound destroy tumours in lab animals
- The potato disease that changed the world
- Premature babies may grow up to have weaker bones
- A few extra kilos aren’t so good for you after all
- Bob needs bones — but you have the biggest ears
- Norwegian company to separate oil and gas on the seabed
- Developing biological micro-factories with LED
- Portable ultrasound brings help for heart failure patients
- Uncovering the secrets of Arctic seabird colonies
- What about a wind turbine installed in your wall?
- Calcium supplements can increase risk of heart attack, stroke