Teknisk Ukeblad (TU, English: Technical Weekly Magazine) is Norway's leading engineering journal.
TU has appeared weekly since 13 April 1883 and was published by Ingeniørforlaget,now Teknisk Ukeblad Media jointly owned by three national professional associations of engineers and architects: the Norwegian Society of Engineers and Technologists (NITO, founded 1936), Tekna (founded in 1874), and the Norwegian Polytechnic Society (PF, founded 1852).
As of June 24, 2010, Teknisk Ukeblad has a total circulation of 302,000 weekly copies.
- Teknisk Ukeblad, the magazine's website
- Teknisk Ukeblad, some older volumes digitized by Project Runeberg
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