There are six breeds of dogs that are illegal in Norway. According to dog training expert Ane Møller Gabrielsen, this ban is not supported by the science.
They’re going to build a new road right outside your living room window. The authorities have sent you a ‘noise map’, but what you really need is to hear what the traffic noise will sound like. Well, soon you can.
By 2020, ports around the world will be implementing strict emission standards for ship exhaust. A small spinning steel sponge may be the solution for the shipbuilding industry.
Some children are more aggressive than others when they have bad experiences. But they are also calmer when life is good.
Capturing and storing carbon dioxide is one of the most important things we can do to prevent the most damaging effects of global warming.
China’s economy has grown at record speed. Now the weakening of China’s national currency suggests that the downturn has started.
Norwegian laboratories are developing technical clothing that can “sense” how your body is responding. This will make working under extreme weather conditions safer.
NTNU’s Gunnerus Library in Trondheim contains a number of manuscripts with unknown origins. Using modern technology, researchers aim to find some of these manuscripts’ secrets.
During thunderstorms, when Thor the God of Thunder starts wielding his hammer, researchers know exactly what you should and shouldn’t do if you want to keep safe.
Norwegian school children may have learned that Norway was once a superpower. But was Norway really an empire?
Loved and hated. Admired and feared. Almost wiped out and restored. Wolves have a long and varied history in Norway and trigger strong feelings on both sides of the issue.
Norway is evaluating innovative housing options for dementia sufferers. Perhaps small serviced housing projects and dementia ‘villages’ will provide a more normal life than nursing homes and institutions?
An EU-funded research programme coordinated out of NTNU called LanPercept looks at language and perception in autism as just one of 15 projects.
NTNU professor Wenche Aarseth collected information from several hundred project managers who together had done business in 39 countries. These answers gave her a recipe for success for global projects that cross national borders.
Norwegian manufacturers of agricultural technology are now getting active support from researchers. Such companies will benefit from new applications and exposure to a global market.
- Drilling down to understand sea ice
- Cycling helps ease arthritis pains
- Uncovering the secrets of immune system invaders
- The jewel in the crown
- Eating habits matter most when children gain weight
- Jump in the sea and swim with salmon
- Documenting how dementia sufferers benefit from GPS
- Norwegian iron helped build Iron-Age Europe