Projects 2017

News, Project 2017

Reveals initial calcification

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no Earlybird er en NTNU-utviklet ultralydteknologi som enkelt og kostnadseffektivt kan diagnostisere perifer arteriell sykdom på et tidlig stadium. Perifer arteriell sykdom er en svært utbredt sykdom med over 200 millioner...

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Helping researchers secure research results

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no Medical research requires living cells, and in vivo experiments always yield the best results. This may be about to change. CellFlow mimics the environment of the body and allows for large-scale cell testing. CellFlow is a...

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Fuel-efficient and stable ships with wings

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: synlig.no Since the late 1800s, researchers have toyed with the idea of putting wings on boats. Now it looks like the team behind Wavefoil will succeed. But to what end? To save on fuel, increase propulsion and stabilize the vessel...

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Ultrasound diagnoses sepsis

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no A revolutionary diagnostic tool may allow doctors to discover symptoms of sepsis (blood poisoning) much sooner than what is possible today. If successful, it could save countless lives. Six individuals are gathered in a...

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New game makes chores fun

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no Having a hard time getting the kids to help out around the house? Mænage is a game that is helping families delegate and carry out tasks for a reward.  Life can be hectic, and families with children especially struggle to...

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New stapling mechanism prevents leaks

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no The conventional method for attaching the stomach to the oesophagus after cancer surgery was not good enough. Solution: A new invention for stabilization in surgical staplers. For many years, gastric surgeons Brynjulf...

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