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Want to prevent fish deaths with underwater drone

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: Synlig.no v/Erik BørsethLand-based fish farming facilities make it possible to control the underwater environment to a much higher degree than in the ocean. Even so, a dangerous gas may develop in these types of facilities, causing...

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Solved crisis by developing new product

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: Synlig.no v/Erik BørsethWhen the manufacturer suddenly pulled from the market a critical medical mesh used to keep parastomal hernias under control, the doctors were forced to take matters into their own hands. . From right: surgeons...

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Robust and secure identity check

Text: Anne-Lise Aakervik Photo: Per Erik Bjørnbekk Beck Weak passwords are causing over 80% of cyberattacks to succeed. Newly developed biometric algorithms and face recognition can put an end to that. . MOBAI face: By combining face shape and information from...

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“Practising” themselves free of migraines with an app

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: synlig.no Children and youths suffering from migraines currently have very limited treatment options. Soon, a non-pharmaceutical treatment, so far only offered in hospitals, may become available at home in their own rooms....

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A journey with Blueye

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no When she was a little girl, Christine Spiten used to stick her head under water to explore all the fantastic life she found down there. At an early age, she dreamed of giving people “eyes” under water. And now she has, with...

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Want to teach the world to speak

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no Sounds Good is now Capeesh and takes aim to become the preferred digital language learning tool, tailored to its users’ unique needs.  In 2015, we wrote about two language researchers at NTNU, Professor Jacques Koreman...

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Extracting large objects from the stomach

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: synlig.noExperiences from the Department of Gastric Surgery at St. Olav's Hospital led surgeons Ystgaard, Storli and Rekstad to develop a new instrument that makes it easier to extract knives, forks and other large objects patients...

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Driverless across the canal

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: synlig.no A small boat is quietly flitting around Trondheim’s harbour basin. The world’s first self-driving bike and passenger ferry is currently being tested.  The boat’s name is milliAmpère. It’s electric and should put off...

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Recycling quartz crucibles

Tekst: Anne-Lise Aakervik Foto: synlig.no A new process makes it possible to recycle the quartz crucibles used in the casting of silicon for the solar panel industry. Today, these often end up in landfills. The method makes it possible to extract high-purity quartz...

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Consumer technology to monitor patients

Tekst: Anne-Lise AakervikFoto: synlig.no Teknologi fra pulsbelter og fitnessarmbånd gjør det mulig å overvåke pasienter kontinuerlig. Og frigjøre tid for travle sykepleiere. The team behind this invention consists of four NTNU students who want to do make a...

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