What woman doesn’t want to be with that sexy guy? But mom and sis think you should find a good, dependable man. And researchers know why.
The HBO hit series “Game of Thrones” is driven by an incredibly dedicated and creative fan base that has build a multimedia universe around the TV series and original books. One researcher believes that fans will have helped tone down the amount of violence against women in season six of the TV series.
These animals can survive outer space conditions. They can provide new insights into cancer and what ageing does to us. But you’ve probably never heard of them before.
Up to 90 per cent of the world’s languages may disappear by the end of this century. Inuvialuktun is one of them.
Warmer weather and more rain have made surface water an environmental problem.
An American mother’s hunch might result in new treatments for patients who can’t tolerate conventional cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Researchers are now working to design stable micro-bubbles which, combined with ultrasound, can deliver cancer drugs straight to the target tumour.
After just two years, researchers are halfway to their goal of creating DNA barcodes for Norwegian species.
Researcher Markus Steen says research alone isn’t enough to make Norway’s economy greener. Industry needs to be more deeply involved with the research community at an early stage.
The NTNU University Museum’s squirrel from 1878 is a youngster compared to the 6600-year-old walrus that was recently dated after 50 years in storage.
A lifestyle that increases the risk of cardiovascular disease also raises the risk of developing several types of cancer.
Representatives from Japanese and Norwegian universities, research institutions, government agencies and industries interested in polar issues will gather in Tokyo in early June to present research results and build partnerships.
Starting today, Hiroshito Matsumoto will work from a base in Toyko on behalf of NTNU and the University of Bergen to build new research partnerships between Japan and Norway.
Global warming means much warmer winters in the Arctic, with more rain and icing. Researchers are working to understand what that will do to plants that have evolved to overwinter under a thick blanket of snow.
With help from SINTEF, the northern Norwegian company Profixio is aiming to become a world leader in fixture scheduling for handball, football and volleyball tournaments.
- Liða skaltú ok deyja! — May you suffer and die!
- Kon-Tiki2 expedition tossed about in stormy seas; expedition ended
- Call them spare tires or love handles—belly fat is bad
- Dark lords, werewolves and Indiana Jones in the polar night
- Two hundred and seventy-eight wind turbines won’t cut it
- Extreme cold weather clothing
- Victims of violence stop breastfeeding sooner
- Eco-cement from Norwegian clay
- Too much or too little sleep can affect heart risk
- Keeping Arctic villages, infrastructure from falling into the sea
- Putting insects on the dinner table
- Seeing the difference between roads and forests
- Household consumption significant driver of climate, other environmental impacts
- Fewer heart problems in people who drink moderately but often
- The day Atlantic City blew away