Author Archives: PoreLab

Jingya Zhang defended her thesis on May 30th

Congratulations to Jingya Zhang who defended her thesis on May 30th, 2020! Jingya spent the 3rd year of her PhD at PoreLab  from September 2018 to August 2019, working with Professor Ole Torsæter. During her research stay in PoreLab, she conducted research on characterization of pore structure of tight sandstones and studied the impact of

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Thesis defence of Stein-Martin Fagerland on “Nanoparticles, ultrasound and microbubble mediated drug delivery in cancer model”, June 12th

Text from Professor Catharina de Lange Davies Stein-Martin Fagerland will defend his PhD thesis  “Nanoparticles, ultrasound and microbubble mediated drug delivery in cancer model” on Friday June 12th. The defence will take place in room S21, in Sentralbygget 2. Floor  at Gløshaugen, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. The schedule is different from normal as the 2. opponent

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Read more about the reindeer nose and how it can help us studying energy efficiency

Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) have evolved elaborate nasal turbinate structures that are perfused via a complex vascular network. These are subject to thermoregulatory control, shifting between heat conservation and dissipation, according to the animal’s needs. The three-dimensional design of the turbinate structures is essential in the sense that they determine the efficiency with which heat and

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