NTNU is organising a parallell program to the Starmus festival dedicated to the topic of the oceans and open to all.
70% of the earth is covered by oceans, yet we use only 2% of its resources and have explored less than 10% of the deep seas. The Ocean Space is shared by mankindand therefore of global concern. A sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources has been appointed by the UN as one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.
The Marine Day will shed light on science and technology that will pave the way towards a responsible use of ocean resources – at present and for future generations.
Welcome by SalMar
Linking Space to the Ocean
Professor Christer Fuglesang, KTH, Astronaut and Starmus speaker.
Knowledge as Basis for Sustainable Use in a Changing Arctic Ocean
Professor Marit Reigstad, UiT
Technologies Enabling Ecosystem Based Management of Marine Resources
Dr. Jennifer Durden, NTNU
Art and Oceans – Linking Science to Society
Professor Florian Schneider, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU; Francesca von Habsburg, Founder and Chairwoman of Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21), Markus Reymann, Director, TBA21–Academy.
10:30 Coffee break
Future Technologies for the Evolution of Blue Growth
Professor John Delaney, University of Washington and Starmus speaker
Entering a New Era in Aquaculture through Biotechnology.
Professor Atle M. Bones, NTNU
Professor John Delaney, Professor Christer Fuglesang, Professor Marit Reigstad, Francesca von Habsburg
Moderator: Professor Ingrid Schjølberg, NTNU