Minik Rosing is professor at Geological Museum and Natural History Museum at University of Copenhagen.
He was one of the leaders of the Galathea 3 Expedition - and he is the man behind the analysis of Isua sediment, pointing out that photosynthesis already took place 3.7 billion years ago.
Minik Rosing is also a well-known keynote speaker and author of several books:
"The Journey to the Morning of the Times" (2018)
"My Childhood in Greenland" (2016)
"Alicja Kwade: In Aporie" (2019)
"The World Picture" (2008) with Per Kirkeby and a myriad of scientific articles.
He was recently awarded with one of Denmark's largest communication prizes: Svend Bergsøe Foundation's Intermediary Prize of DKK 100,000.