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Masters student presentations on Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy - Webinar 1 September 2020

Masters student presentations on Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy - Webinar 1 September 2020

The Research Area of Circular Economy from NTNU organized an online session where some selected master students presented the research done for their master thesis. Four presenters set forth their topics, addressing topics related with sustainability and circular economy with a brief Q&A session between each of them.

link to youtube and masters presentations

Watch the Master presentations on youtube.


News

News

This series of videos, which is based on 6 public seminars given by Andrea Tilche at UiT, during the winter and spring of 2019, endeavours to open a broader discussion on this very subject.

Links to seminar series given by Andrea Tilche

Professor Sandra Myrna Díaz from Argentina has been awarded the prize for her work in biodiversity, encompassing the diversity of all living organisms.

The Gunnerus Award in Sustainability Science is an international research prize that is jointly awarded by the Royal Norwegian Society of Science and Letters (DKNVS) and NTNU. The award winner receives NOK 1 million and a medal and diploma.

Read more about her work and the award.

Anders Lorentzen, a NTNU Sustainability PhD-student at the Science Museum, came second in the Researchers Grand Prix on 27 September 2018.

In his research, he examines how moose shape the forest environment (in Norwegian).

FUTURUM - An exhibition about the future

FUTURUM - An exhibition about the future

Flooding. Illustration.

https://www.ntnu.edu/museum/futurum