Could you imagine traveling to, and living on Mars? Many of us at least dream that we will see this happening in our lifetime, even if we might not want to go ourselves. Students at NTNU are invited to take part in the Home Planet Mars contest. Do you want to join?
Every year at IPM the course TMM4150 Machine design and Mechatronics is taught. It is a basic introduction to mechatronic methodology, censor technology, actuators, Arduino, etc.; basically, the foundation of any maker who wants to build more functional, mechanical or even “smart” prototypes.
Every spring a bike race is arranged behind the main building of NTNU. The proud second graders on NTNU show off the special bikes they have made in the popular “bike course”. A bicycle made by a student may offer physical challenges.
Professor Martin Steinert is a man with many creative ideas. One of his inventions is this sensational container that he created for his students. They discuss draws and prototype on high level within these four walls.
For some serious illnesses such as obesity, prostate cancer and chronic kidney failure several treatment methods exists. Each of these methods will have unlike impacts on a person’s live. Sometimes it is unclear which treatment will give the best results, due to uncertainties how the disease will develop and how
SFI CASA, one of Norway’s two world-leading technological research groups, has a lot to offer its partners. From day one they can start using a tool box containing years of scientific findings. This facilitates innovation and saves millions.