Cosmology and the Accelerating Universe | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Join Brian Greene and Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt for a wide-ranging conversation covering cosmology, the accelerating universe, and the role of science in shaping our future. Subscribe to the WSF newsletter for updates on future programs and live conversations: https://bit.ly/WSFnewsletter Official Site: https://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/WorldSciFest/

The Art of Communicating Science. Celebrating the Work of Alan Alda. 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Actor, author, playwright and science advocate, Alan Alda joins Brian Greene in this special event celebrating Alda’s pioneering work in bringing the excitement, mystery and marvels of science to a worldwide audience. With cameo appearances from luminaries in science and the arts, the program includes the presentation of the first-ever Distinguished…

What is Life? Five Great Ideas in Biology. | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Sir Paul Nurse 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Nobel Laureate Sir Paul Nurse joins Brian Greene for a conversation about the fundamental ideas in biology explored in his new book, What Is Life? Five Great Ideas in Biology. Subscribe to the WSF newsletter for updates on future programs and live conversations: https://bit.ly/WSFnewsletter Official Site: https://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival…

WSU Master Class: From Chemistry to Living Materials: Matter & Sound with Markus Buehler 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Professor Markus Buehler discusses how scientists can design new proteins that can revolutionize materials engineering, through manipulating vibrations that have been changed from matter into sound and from sound back into matte This lecture was recorded on November 13, 2019, at the World Science Festival in New York City. Experience the…

Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek will join Brian Greene on Friday, January 15th at 10:30am EST for a conversation about physics, cosmology, and his new book, “Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality.” Subscribe to the WSF newsletter for updates on future programs and live conversations: https://bit.ly/WSFnewsletter Official Site: https://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival…

Live Q&A with Brian Greene 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Theoretical physicist and co-founder of the World Science Festival, Brian Greene, ends the year with a special Live Session this Thursday, December 31st at 1:00 pm EST. Join us for reflections on the year in science and a glimpse of breakthroughs hovering on the horizon. Subscribe to our WSU newsletter for…

Brian Greene and Leonard Susskind: World Science U Q+A Session 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Renowned physicist and pioneer of string theory, Leonard Susskind talks with Brian Greene about some of the biggest breakthroughs in physics. Listen to their wide-ranging conversation about the holographic principle, quantum entanglement, wormholes, the Firewall Paradox, and how string theory has allowed for quantum mechanics and gravity to coexist. Related links:…

Science in Focus. The Kavli Prize 2020 | Nanoscience 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. The first electron microscopes enabled scientists to finally view the nanoworld. But because of limitations in the microscope’s lenses, achieving sharp images of individual atoms was not possible. For 60 years scientists struggled with the scopes’ limited abilities. But now, because of the groundbreaking work of Harald Rose, Ondrej Krivanek, Maximilian…

WSU Master Class: Brain Machine Interfaces with Miguel Nicolelis 0 (0)

From World Science Festival. Pioneering neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis investigates how brains encode sensory and motor information. His groundbreaking work demonstrates that animals and humans can use their electrical brain activity to control neuroprosthetic devices with Brain Machine Interfaces and collaborate synchronistically. #WorldSciU This lecture was filmed on June 4, 2016 at the World Science Festival…