Our Cosmos Dr. Dimitri Nanopoulos is a world known physicist. He is the fourth most cited High Energy Physicist of all time, according to the 2001 and 2004 census, cited more than 45,290 times over across a number of separate branches of science. He is holder of the Mitchell/Heep Chair in High Energy Physics at
Praveen Kumar Vemula is an innovator, entrepreneur, mentor and Research Investigator at the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (inStem), Bangalore. His work spans the fields of biomaterials, drug delivery, medical devices, and chemical biology. He has published more than 60 peer-reviewed papers, has given more than 100 national and international invited lectures,
Cedric’s mission in life is to make people aware of the power of sound and the impact on our society. If the sounds we produce aren’t better than silence, it’s noise. But it all starts with doing more than just hearing… Born in 1987, Cedric started his musical career around the turn of the century.
Machine learning has become, in recent years, one of the most promising fields in computer science. On top of being an amazing tool to analyze large sets of data, machine learning has the power to generalize tasks and can be used to empower developers and consumers. From education to medicine, machine learning is making technology
Yasmine Nazmy The author of “Happy Belly” and owner of the health food brand “KAJU”. She is certified in Nutrition Consulting and she helps people improve their self-perception, as she believes a positive body shape and self-esteem is the first step required to have a healthy food relationship. Yasmine Nazmy The author of “Happy Belly”
Empathy is crucial for the advancement of modern science and health research and Dr. Rachel Walker tells us why. Rachel is an Associate Director for the Center for Personalized Health Monitoring and professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Most notably, she is the first nurse to be named an “Invention Ambassador” by the American
Taz Thornton – The Science Of Being Silly Being silly. How many of us, as adults, are truly comfortable with embracing silliness and what if being silly could not only be good for us, but lengthen our lifespan? Taz Thornton is an award-winning coach, motivator, author, speaker, empowerment and visibility specialist. She has survived a
Everyone has the innate ability to perform research and draw conclusions, but not everyone has the necessary tools. In her talk, Shannon Dosemagen from Public Lab explains how her organization is empowering citizens to assess environmental impacts and urban development within their own communities. By providing DIY research experiments and a platform to compare results,