Closing Panel Discussion (2016)
The Future of Education in Sciences; Panelists Brian Schmidt, Dan Shechtman, Tamás Vámi, Carl Wieman; Moderator Karan Khemka
Panel Discussion (2016)
Is Quantum Technology the Future of the 21st Century?; Panelists Serge Haroche, Gerardus 't Hooft, William Phillips, David Wineland; Moderator: Christian Meier
Robert Huber (2016)
Protein Structures in Translational Medicine and Business Development, My Experience
Heidelberg Lecture: Vinton G. Cerf (ACM A.M. Turing Award 2004) (2016)
The Origins and Evolution of the Internet
Neutrinos are electrically neutral and the mass of the neutrino is tiny. As they travel through the universe they interact extremely rarely with other particles.
Carl Wieman (2016)
A Scientific Approach to Learning Physics
Gravitational Waves (2016)
Gravitational waves are small distortions, or ripples, in the fabric of spacetime. They have been discovered for the first time after scientists managed to observe the warping of spacetime caused by the collision of two black holes over a billion years ago.
Stefan W. Hell (2016)
Optical Microscopy: the Resolution Revolution
Opening Ceremony (2016)
with Ensemble of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Global Warming (2016)
Global Global warming is primarily a problem of too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere which acts as a blanket, trapping heat and warming the planet.