The 2023 edition of Plastdagen (Plastic Day in English), held in Trondheim’s Dokkhuset, was a testament to the shared commitment of industry, academia, and scientific research to address the environmental impacts of plastics and pave the way for a sustainable future.
Our own Inga Strümke is awarded the Research Council’s Award for Excellence in Communication of Science 2023 for her work in communicating about artificial intelligence. This is the first time a researcher from NTNU has received this prestigious award.
NTNU and The University of Florida Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to leverage their collective scientific expertise and technology platforms to map and monitor the world’s oceans, lakes and waterways.
Angelos Xomalis is an Associate Professor in NTNU’s Department of Electronic Systems.
Here he talks to science writer Kelly Oakes about his research plans, how he got to where he is today, and why he prefers not to be the smartest person in the room.
NTNU alumni with a master’s degree can now order an NTNU master’s ring.
The large Norwegian research project “The Nansen Legacy” has studied climate and ecosystem changes in the northern Barents Sea for seven years. Now, the project is soon coming to a close.
Recycling is no new practice. It has been a common practise around the world for thousands of years. In my PhD project, I investigate how parchment from dismembered Latin books was recycled in various ways in Iceland after the introduction of the Reformation in 1550. These parchment fragments provide important insights in a lost chapter of Icelandic book history.