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.
NTNU has 39000 students and 6700 employees after the merger. If NTNU had been a city, it would have ranked as number 11 in population, between Ålesund and Moss. 0,88% of the Norwegian population study or is employeed at NTNU.
Without Professor Emeritus Einar Brendeng there would probably have been no development of the gas field Snøhvit. Brendeng put down a significant amount of research into developing technology to transport liquefied natural gas in spherical cooling tanks aboard ships. In 2003 Brendeng was appointed Knight of the 1st class of
Have you heard of Herman Watzinger? He studied at NTNU* and was part of the Kon-Tiki expedition. The Kon-Tiki expedition was a 1947 journey by raft across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands in a float composed of balsa tree trunks and without a single screw
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