Time: 12:00 - 12:45
Location: Olav H. Hauge
If we knew more about how dependent we are on nature, and how much it gives us, would we take better care of it? Scientist and author Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson hopes so. In her book På naturens skuldre she tells one fantastic story after another – including about the life-saving blood of horseshoe crabs, lizard spit which gets us to produce insulin and the yew tree which causes cancer cells to cease dividing. The author will be interviewed by pupils.
Topical book: På natures skuldre (Kagge, 2020)
This event will be in Norwegian.
The event will be repeated at 13.00 in Auditoriet.
Both events are for invited lower secondary school pupils only (the events will be streamed).