FUTURUM - An exhibition about the future
Where: Krigsseilertomta by Royal Garden
When: Sunday 16/6 10-18, Monday 17/6 10-18, Tuesday 18/6 10-18 and Wedensday 19/6 10-14
Open for everyone, free admission
Sunday 16/6 14:00-14:25 Opening of FUTURUM – an exhibition about the future.
- Rector of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gunnar Bovim
- Minister Dag-Inge Ulstein (KrF)
FUTURUM is a forward-looking exhibition focusing 'the green shift’ and how we can approach the low-emission society towards 2050. Research groups at NTNU with some of their external partners present examples from their own work related to climate change and transitions towards a more sustainable future. The exhibition is interactive and makes use of new dissemination methods and knowledge with the aim to help visitors experience and reflect upon some of the most pressing challenges we face as society. It also gives suggestions from research on possible solutions.
FUTURUM is developed and offered by NTNU University Museum, in collaboration with the strategic thematic area NTNU Sustainability as initiator and scientific coordinator. FUTURUM has scientific contributions from more than 20 research groups across all of NTNU’s faculties and the thematic strategic areas NTNU Energy, NTNU Oceans and NTNU Health.
The exhibition is built around 4 main themes:
The FUTURUM exhibition was made and produced by:
|NTNU's academic environment||Offshore Simulator Centre Ålesund||TAG Arkitekter|
We would also like to thank our partners and participants within the business and public sector for their contribution and cooperation.