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Millions to NTNU inventors
A potential breakthrough in the treatment of Alzheimer's and a method for earlier diagnosing CP in infants were two of the inventions that received NOK 1,000,000 from NTNU Discovery today.
These received support from NTNU Discovery in 2021
Despite a year marked by corona and home office, there was great innovation activity among students and staff at NTNU and Health Central Norway in 2021.
Now you can apply for main project
In 2022, NTNU Discovery again offers the opportunity to apply for a main project, the limit is from NOK 300,000 to 1,000,000.
The construction industry is one of the climate evils. Today, it accounts for 40 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and 40 percent of energy consumption.
Workshop in the time of the pandemic
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Aiding ALS patients
Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik | Foto: synlig.noA robotic brace lifting a paralyzed arm on command may improve quality of life. Meeting the ALS patients has been strong, says the trio. It has given them even more faith that MotOrtose can help give this patient group a...
Ask Knut — a system for finding and identifying ice
Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik | Foto: synlig.noIn the Arctic, several hundred different types of ice exist, each with its own characteristics and designation. A new app aims to make it possible to map different types of ice in record time, even for non-experts.The app...
NTNU Discovery announces NOK 8 millions for commercialisation projects
Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikPreliminary project + Top funding for Milestone projects The Research Council of Norway 2021PRE-PROJECT To stimulate increased innovation activity, NTNU Discovery will, as before, award preliminary projects of up to NOK 200,000 for...
Digital help provides good cyber hygiene
A research article on the wax moth caterpillar got three entrepreneurs thinking. The caterpillar eats plastic and leaves behind a substance that can be used for biofuel. Marine pollution and contaminated plastic is one of the biggest environmental challenges...
New method in record time during corona crises
Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: Geir Morgen/NTNUA spike in corona virus testing in the spring of 2020 led to St. Olavs Hospital almost running out of testing reagents. The shortage spurred a unique interdisciplinary research project at NTNU, where they developed a...
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