The Nidaros Cathedral
The Gothic Nidaros Cathedral features an ornate rose window and a detailed west facade.
Meeting place & co-working space in downtown Trondheim. DIGS is an innovation platform located in Trondheim, built on exchanges between members and partners who unite entrepreneurs, ‘makers’ and ‘doers’ from varied sectors.
DIGS supports startup activities by providing an office environment and space for public activities, stimulating a culture of collaboration, sustainability and mutual innovation through shared knowledge and experience. We participate in entrepreneurship networks across Norway, Europe and internationally and aim to strengthen ties, stimulate local community and boost business development in and around the region of Trondheim.
Habitat is the in-house bar, café & casual restaurant. We spent a lot of time there in meetings and discussions. There is also a meeting room at Technoport where we heard very interesting analyses about current technology and education by Lars Kristian Iversen CEO, and his crew.
STARMUS Festival 2017
On the programme: Rock star of science Stephen Hawking; economist Jeffrey Sachs; director Oliver Stone, and talk-show host Larry King!
ASTRONAUTS Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke & Harrison Schmitt united for the first time in front of an audience of thousands in Norway’s scientific capital, Trondheim, as part of Starmus IV festival. They took part in a thrilling hour-long debate, titled “To The Moon And Beyond.” The three moonwalkers explored their incredible landings decades later and shared their different views on future missions to Mars. Host: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Astrophysicist
"The future of humanity" by Stephen Hawking, Theoretical physicist. Venue: Trondheim Spektrum. Mr Hawking was present by direct link.
“Starmus is an important and very unique interdisciplinary festival of people working in different fields — astronomers, astronauts, cosmologists, physicists, philosophers, musicians, artists, biologists etc., who share an interest in the universe, how it began and is now and how we may explore and use its many facets.” Professor Stephen Hawking