Trondheim CCS Conference (TCCS-10)
17. June 2019
Conference
The future of health: Views from the next generation
17. June 2019
Public debate to explore how the next generation views the future of healthcare.
Art and knowledge: Aksnes & Moen og Trude Helen Flo
18. June 2019
Art and knowledge: Aksnes & Moen og Trude Helen Flo In the exhibition The Micro Challenge , the artist duo Aksnes & Moen themes antibiotic resistance in a work that is also related to the history of Gråmølen The event will take place in Norwegian
Art and Knowledge: Ane Graff og Magnar Bjørås
17. June 2019
Conversation about art, illness and microbiology
People and the fabric of life on Earth
17. June 2019
Gunnerus Award Winner Sandra Díaz. Time slot: 16:30
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
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
Code of ethics
19. June 2019
A symposium on the ethical implications of the digititization of our society
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
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
Revealing truth in politics
16. June 2019
Edward Snowden. Time slot: 14:00-15:10