Using artificial intelligence, researchers at NTNU have developed a tool that can make prostate cancer diagnostics better and more efficient.
On Wednesday 31 August, the most promising inventions and business ideas among employees at NTNU and Helse Midt-Norge were awarded a total of NOK 5.7 million in main project support from NTNU Discovery.
Develops training program for eye injections.
Grunnstoffblokka is a digital learning resource that will make the period system and scientific working methods relevant and interesting for students.
NTNU researchers behind the service VerifyMed will use the cryptocurrency technology blockchain to confirm that the doctor who treats you online has the expertise you need.
Munch's paintings. Stake churches. The Constitutional Document. Åkerspennen. The Oseberg ship. We have a lot to take care of in this country. The technology company BevArt with origins from NTNU's School of Entrepreneurship will secure our great cultural heritage with small sensors and smart software.