Øyvind Brandtsegg has composed a piece that plays for seven consecutive years based on how gigantic antennas on the Earth rotate to find the most powerful stars in space.
Have you ever seen a researcher pushing a cart up and down a hill, or back and forth on a field? Then you might have seen a modern archaeologist at work.
Have you ever used a water boiler to make yourself a cup of tea, but boiled enough water for two cups? Then you wasted energy. But good design can help.
Are older, classical boat designs really better? High-tech testing in the Ship Towing Tank at the Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute in Trondheim pits a 16th century classical rowboat against its newer, easier-to-build cousin.
With more and more Norwegian households owning one or even two electric cars requiring charging overnight, how will we manage without sacrificing our hot morning shower and fresh bread for breakfast?
Norwegian houses can no longer have the same design in western as in eastern Norway. Building designs must adapt to local climate variations, say researchers.
The start-feed for “baby” tuna now being produced in Trondheim has given a Norwegian aquaculture company complete faith in the possibility of mass-producing one of the world’s most valuable fish species.
Armed with special acoustic tags, a team of researchers is following 50 individual fish for as long as seven months to learn more about their life – and death — in Norwegian fjords.
According to a Norwegian study, ‘likes’ on Facebook are providing a new type of humanitarian support and social responsibility.
The endangered African wild dog is increasingly coming into conflict with humans, partly because it is difficult to fence them out. But an unusual approach may offer hope.
What happens inside chemical reactors and furnaces has always been a well-kept secret. Until now.
Capturing green energy from deep in the Earth will bring competitive electricity and district heating – with help from Norway.
Oil and gas companies are worried about gas discharges at the sea bed. Recent field experiments can now quantify the volumes of gas reaching the sea surface and how they spread in the atmosphere.
Not since the Titanic has a block of ice been quite so famous. In early June, Discovery Channel Canada came to NTNU’s Structural Impact Laboratory (SIMLab) to watch ice researchers from NTNU’s Sustainable Arctic Marine and Coastal Technology programme use a giant machine to simulate what happens when a ship slams into an iceberg.
A Trondheim supermarket gets by with just over two-thirds of the electricity used by similar stores.
- “Super bacteria” cleaning up after oil spills
- Small capsules, big potential
- “Virtual human” unlocks key mechanisms of high blood pressure
- Lopwood and brushwood make high-grade charcoal
- Norwegian ultrasound technology in Cape Town
- Regional cures for planetary fever
- Atomic-level protection for drivers
- Where did Norway’s reindeer come from?
- Accident and Emergency departments cause problems for the elderly
- Most COPD patients in southern and eastern Norway
- Killing cancer cells with super glue
- How your brain works during meditation
- On the hunt for new antibiotics
- A bird’s eye view of fish farms
- Putting RFID technology to work
- Viking raids protected precious artefacts