Silver is often used as a coating on medical equipment used for chemotherapy. The problem is that this silver coating can break down drugs. Now, researchers have found a graphene coating that will help boost the effect of chemotherapy.
Switching to more durable asphalt could save significant amounts of money on some Norwegian roads — possibly as much as NOK several hundred million a year
Unemployed people who have spent long periods on benefit become passive, and surrender responsibility for their situation to others. Research is now being carried out to develop a system to help them obtain a sense of empowerment.
More than 20 per cent of people with hearing aids use their devices for less than one hour a day because of problems they encounter with tuning the settings. But now users can participate in fine-tuning their devices themselves.
People without jobs, with less education or little money have the poorest health, but they don’t complain about their health any more than advantaged populations. On the contrary – maybe disadvantaged groups should be complaining more.
Bats fly at night to avoid being eaten by birds of prey. Despite poor visibility, darkness and ambient noise, bats capture their prey with amazing precision.
More and more people claim to have experienced the direct impacts of climate change. Yet we are worrying less about how climate change may affect us.
It isn’t cars and vehicle traffic that produce the greatest volumes of climate gas emissions – it’s our own homes. But new research will soon be putting an end to all that!
If testing goes well, an invention that helps save fuel in ships may soon be in production, with the support of the British industry and authorities.
Ultrasound is coming into ever more widespread use, and an app that trains health personnel to interpret ultrasound images has just been developed.
NTNU researchers are delving deep to investigate the seabed and opportunities to extract precious metals that lie several thousand metres deep.
Norway’s first full-scale facility for CO2 capture may be built at Norcem’s cement factory in Brevik. Four technologies are being tested.
To you and me, this might look like a disaster. But Norwegian ski star Petter Northug’s car crash was actually pretty ideal. The materials in the car and guard rail acted just the way they were designed to in order to save the lives of passengers in the car.
Imagine that everything in your mind had been erased, and you had to learn everything all over again. What would that process be like?
You won’t see any paintings at the exhibition by the first International MFA graduates in Trondheim. But the exhibit offers a lot else, including food and healing.
- The less educated are less satisfied with health services
- Brain signals contain the code for your next move
- How should Norway legalize egg donation?
- Need for a pan-European CO2 storage site in the North Sea
- Serengeti Park disappearing
- Hybrid vessels will soon be on the market
- Peat moss – the bane for our existence
- Smokeless tents
- The Viking’s grave and the sunken ship
- Smart watches and apps can make life easier for ADHD children
- Preventing hydropower turbine failure
- X-ray scanning to guarantee meat tenderness
- New 360-degree 3D film camera
- No one wants to foot the bill for new antibiotics
- 3D help for needy and creative entrepreneurs
- Can biodiesel damage your car?