A total of 53 refugees have been admitted at NTNU in the spring semester through a separate admissions scheme. Of these, 47 come from Ukraine.
In November, an old shipwreck was found at the bottom of Mjøsa, Norway’s largest lake, in a joint mission in cooperation with NTNU and the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment. A new type of sonar technology was used.
Rector Anne Borg says preliminary calculations show NTNU will probably break even compared with last year’s budget. This is something NTNU can live with, in the situation now facing Norway and the world.
The European research network “Digitalization for Sustainability – Science in Dialogue” (D4S) launches their report “Digital Reset”. The report presents specific policies that can redress the risks and support the opportunities of digital technologies.
Congratulations to Professor May-Britt Moser and the research community at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, who were awarded a new Centre of Excellence (CoE) today!
The award of a Centre of Excellence (CoE) is one of the greatest achievements possible for a Norwegian research environment, and it provides secure funding for free and pioneering research for ten years. Congratulations to May-Britt Moser and the research community at Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience with the award of a new CoE!
NTNU has taken the initiative for a brand new festival for art, culture and science.
NTNU is introducing a new Rights Retention Strategy which ensures Open Access to all new scientific articles published by NTNU's researchers – from day one!
Some of the world's leading researchers in neuroscience, nanoscience and astrophysics are coming to Trondheim and Oslo. You can meet them.
On Monday 15 August, thousands of new students will be matriculated at NTNU. Ahead of the official ceremonies, you can follow the countdown for the matriculation minute by minute in two live shows.