Women and men misunderstand each other’s signals of friendliness and sexual interest. But these misinterpretations are no surprise to evolutionary psychologists.
Researchers in Trondheim have succeeded in getting bacteria to power a fuel cell. The “fuel” used is wastewater, and the products of the process are pure water droplets and electricity.
Mature birds are better at surviving the winter than young birds. Older birds have learned a few tricks along the way.
Researchers have developed an entirely new language for faster programming and simulations.
Talented junior football players train so much that they may decrease their chances of making it into the adult leagues.
The best weapon in the battle against salmon lice in the Norwegian aquaculture industry has proved to be the use of what are called “cleaner fish”, fish that eat salmon lice. But these fish often die during breeding. Now, researchers have found a way to help the young fish survive.
Four NTNU architecture students spent their autumn semester working on rebuilding Streetlight, an orphanage in the Philippines that was destroyed by a typhoon before Christmas last year.
France is going to test an artificial heart on patients. The heart will contain a Norwegian pressure sensor.
Engineering students at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) are learning about more than just theory. A competition to build the best wind turbine also gives them the chance to put their practical skills to the test.
A new study shows that periods of high UV radiation can affect a population over several generations.
The production of oil and gas at temperatures between 40 and 60 degrees below zero means that researchers must advance the development of materials that can withstand these harsh conditions.
Technology used in the crumple zones of cars can avert serious explosions in transformers, believe researchers.
Scientists have recently found a species of sea slug that has apparently made its way north from the Mediterranean Sea. Sometimes called sea slugs or sea butterflies, these mobile nudibranchs are carnivores that eat coral and jellyfish.
Atomic level changes in nanomaterials are contributing to incredible advances in solar cell and LED technology. NTNU researchers have found a way to design nanowires with a built-in current that will make them even more effective in solar cells.
Archaeological findings show that Vikings from mid- and western Norway were among the first to make the trip to the British Isles.
- Secrets of a traditional Norwegian Christmas sausage
- Norwegian Christmas food spills its beans
- Norway is Europe’s cheapest “battery”
- Tailor-made for the aquaculture sector
- Taking a production well’s pulse
- When almost clean isn’t clean enough
- Using robots to get more food from raw materials
- Gala dress with grid cell glitter
- Many memories, many rooms
- Important to cultivate young academic talents
- Nobel lectures touch on central discoveries and tantalizing findings
- A “wow” ending of fog, jazz poetry and a tuba
- Not exactly popcorn
- Live stream from Nobel lecture
- The Nobel Dance
- Gertrude, Tarzan, and the rest of the Nobel gang