Blue: Oceans and Neuroscience

Habitat

Monday

09/05/22

16:30

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19:00

Axel Karl Gottfrid

Nyman

From mice to men: Understanding Alzheimer's disease

NTNU

Alzheimer's disease is a debilitating disorder which causes certain and irreversible loss of brain function and death. Despite its description over 100 years ago, there are still no treatments which can reverse, stop or even slow the loss of brain tissue. Why not? Can new insight into the areas of the brain that are lost early in the disease help understand it better?

Francesco

Scibilia

Technology perspectives on energy 2035

Equinor

We live in a rapidly changing world. The pace of technology progress is faster than ever. Disruptive innovations happen more often that we expect, and in a non-linear fashion. As the energy transition unfolds, let's imagine how the energy system may look like in the world of 2035.

Kate

Crosman

Big ocean data: Trust in data and decisions

NTNU

Big ocean data can transform decision-making about how we use ocean resources. Big ocean data comes in many different formats, from satellites, vessels, drones and other kinds of platforms. It's collected quickly and in large quantities. But for big data to improve ocean decisions, we need to understand trust - trust in data, trust in decision-making, and trust in each other.

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