About this IPT installation

This is a default IPT hosted by Norwegian University of Science and Technology

You can use the following variables about the hosting organisation:

  • description = The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in its current form was established in 1996. The NTNU University Museum is one of six university museums in Norway and is a part of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU. The Museum is located at Kalvskinnet in the center of Trondheim, along with its exhibitions, collections, administration, and three of its sections. The Archaeometry Section is located at the Gløshaugen campus of NTNU. Ringve Botanical Gardens can be found at Lade, on the outskirts of Trondheim, and the Kongsvoll Alpine Garden is found in Kongsvoll, in Dovrefjell National Park. The NTNU University Museum has its origins in the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters (DKNVS), founded in 1760. In 1926, the Society was reorganized into two sections: the Academy and the Museum. In 1968, the Norwegian Parliament approved a resolution to found the University of Trondheim, and the Museum was transferred to the University on 1 April 1984. Further reorganization of the University led to the establishment of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) on 1 January 1996. Since 2005, the NTNU University Museum has been treated at the same level as the University faculties, with representation on the Council of Deans and the Central University Research Committee.
  • name = Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • alias = NTNU University Museum
  • homepageURL = [https://www.ntnu.edu/]
  • primaryContactType = technical
  • primaryContactName = Roger W. J. Alterskjær
  • primaryContactDescription =
  • primaryContactAddress =
  • primaryContactEmail = roger.alterskjaer@ntnu.no
  • primaryContactPhone =
  • nodeKey = 4f829580-180d-46a9-9c87-ed8ec959b545
  • nodeName = GBIF Norway
  • nodeContactEmail =