Main Program Events

People and the fabric of life on Earth
17. June 2019
Gunnerus Award Winner Sandra Díaz. Time slot: 16:30
19. June 2019
Alexandra Bech Gjørv , Kalle Moene, Eva Grinde and Toril Aalberg​ in conversation with Siri Lill Mannes. Time slot: 16:20 -17:30
More and more people lack clean water: Can basic research help?
17. June 2019
Morning program: 10:00 – 11:30: Alex Hansen
Evidence must trump authority – the stakes could not be higher
17. June 2019
Morning program: 10:00 – 11:30: Daan Frenkel
Nanotechnology and opportunities within health and other areas
17. June 2019
Morning program 10:00 – 11:30: Maria Strømme
Chronic pain disappeared when we dared to think differently
16. June 2019
Erling Tronvik. Time slot: 15:30-17:30
Brain health for all ages
16. June 2019
Asta Kristine Håberg. Time slot: 15:30-17:30
Social inequalities in health – In Norway? Still?
16. June 2019
Steinar Krokstad. Time slot: 15:30-17:30
Short comments on the digital future
18. June 2019
Zeynep Tufekci, Amy Webb and Rachel Botsman​ in conversation with Siri Lill Mannes: Time slot: 14:40 -15:40
Neurons and nano systems: the next computer?
18. June 2019
Gunnar Tufte. Time slot: 16:00 - 17:00
Innovating in a world overcrowded with ideas
18. June 2019
Roberto Verganti. Time slot: 14:40 -15:40
Artificial Intelligence
18. June 2019
Teemu Roos. Time slot: 12:00 -14:20
Hacking of medical devices
18. June 2019
Marie Moe. Time slot: 16:00 - 17:00
Sustainable batteries for the future
17. June 2019
Kristina Edstrøm. Time slot: 14:30 - 16:10
Empowering People in Smart Sustainable Cities
17. June 2019
Annemie Wyckmans. Time slot: 14:30 - 16:10
The future has already happened
17. June 2019
Stephen Fry. Time slot: 12:00 -14:10
Classics and misogyny in the digital age
19. June 2019
Donna Zuckerberg, Thea Thorsen. Time slot: 12:00 -13.30
How can we reduce the global health gap
16. June 2019
Terje Andreas Eikemo. Time slot: 15:30-17:30
Snake robots exploring the ocean
18. June 2019
Kristin Y. Pettersen. Time slot: 12:00 -14:20
Tropical paradise lost? An eyewitness account
17. June 2019
Trond Amundsen. Time slot: 14:30 - 16:10
Populist communication, fake news and the problem of misperceptions
19. June 2019
Toril Aalberg / Jason Reifler / Melanie Magin. Time slot 13:50 -16:00
Costa Rica’s plan to save its biodiversity
18. June 2019
Morning program 10:00 – 10:45: Dan Janzen
Panel debate on climate change
17. June 2019
Nils Røkke, Erik Solheim, Kate Marvel and Edgar Hertwick in coversation with Thomas Seltzer Time slot: 14:30 - 16:10
Cyborgs: part human, part machine
18. June 2019
Moon Ribas, Neil Harbisson. Time slot: 16:00 - 17:00
The future of capitalism
19. June 2019
Kalle Moene, Ragnar Torvik. Time slot 13:50 -16:00
What autonomous systems are capable of
18. June 2019
Raffaello D’Andrea. Time slot: 12:00 -14:20
Research in economics and public policy
19. June 2019
Sir Paul Collier. Time slot 13:50 -16:00
How do we know that the climate models work
17. June 2019
Kate Marvel. Time slot: 12:00 -14:10 
The state of world health today and trajectories for the future
16. June 2019
Christopher J.L. Murray. Time slot: 15:30 - 17:30
Revaluing the oceans
17. June 2019
Jeremy Jackson. Time slot: 12:00 -14:10
Bad science: Why do smart people believe in stupid things
16. June 2019
Ben Goldacre. Time slot: 14:00-15:10
Who can we trust
19. June 2019
Rachel Botsman. Time slot: 12:00 -13.30
Emerging tech trends
18. June 2019
Amy Webb: Time slot: 12:00 -14:20
The Gunnerus Sustainability Award Ceremony
17. June 2019
Gunnerus Award in Sustainability Science. Time slot: 16:30
Revealing truth in politics
16. June 2019
Edward Snowden. Time slot: 14:00-15:10