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Welcome to the Nu-Lab, the Developmental Neuroscience Laboratory located at the 2nd floor of the Psychology building at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway. At the Nu-Lab we study how babies learn and develop, particularly during the first 2 years of life (see some lab pictures here). Some of the areas we are interested in include how babies learn about themselves and the world, how they time their actions and anticipate forthcoming events, and how they develop postural control. We are also interested in understanding why and how some babies develop problems and are investigating ways of early detection of neurological deficits. If you are interested in some of the work we do please visit our research site. To see our latest research click on:

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If you live in or around Trondheim and are interested in participating in our studies, please contact the NU-Lab (map) by phone: +47 91897522, or in writing by registering your baby here. Please mention your name and contact details as well as your baby┬┤s name and date of birth/due date.

Thank you for your interest in the Nu-Lab. We look forward to hearing from you!