Student-driven technological organizations at NTNU that are members of NTNU Space. These three include more than 150 students.
NTNU Space start-ups!
NTNU organizations and NTNU research centers/groups that have official cooperation agreements with NTNU Space.
NTNU Smallsat Lab
NTNU Smallsat Lab includes projects supported by internal NTNU-funding, AMOS, Norwegian Research Council, Norwegian Space Centre and others. These includ a small satellite mission with hyper spectral imager to support oceanographic applications, and a small satellite mission with software defined radio to provide better communication systems in the Arctic.
Tumors In Space
Tumors in Space is led by Principal Investigator Dr. Tricia L. Larose at NTNU, the International Space University in France and organizations in the Netherlands and Belgium. TIS will study early mutational events due to cosmic radiation and microgravity using healthy and cancer human organoids that are 3D in nature.
CIRiS - Center for interdisciplinary research in space, works with research and development related to manned spaceflight and plantlife in closed growth systems. The main activities are related to research activities aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and the cultivation of food plants in a regulated environment both in space and on earth.