In this chapter, Anne Merrild Hansen interviews Minik Rosing, Professor of Geology at the State Natural History Museum, University of Copenhagen, and Chairman of the Ilisimatusarfik Board of Directors. The interview is presented in its raw form and involves personal reflections from Minik and Anne on their motivations behind conducting collaborative research in Greenland and the challenges that it also brings. Anne asks Minik about his research on the origin of life on Earth and the influence of life on the geological evolution of the Earth, and they further discuss what an appropriate research approach entails for foreign researchers, as well as locals. Finally, they reflect on how research can contribute to stimulate a harmonious development of society in Greenland.