Dr. Milton Muldrow discusses the evolution of environmental science from his vantage point as a researcher and professor. Milton Muldrow is an assistant professor at Wilmington University and Chair of the College of Arts and Sciences. He holds a PhD in environmental science and public policy from George Mason University a masters from the University
The future of chromosomes is explored. IB science student This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx source
Dr. Ricther presents examples of technological convergence that leads to innovation and explains why a multi disciplinary system is key to an entrepreneurial society. Board member and founder of Medinol, Dr. Richter is a renown Israeli businessman. Dr. Richter, who served in the Israeli military as a fighter pilot, directed the research and development department
Frogs live just about everywhere, occupying the environment that in many ways are most important to our own welfare. In this talk, Yale Ecology Professor and Peabody Museum of Natural History Director David Skelly talks about why he studies frogs and how understanding their biology leads to better understanding about our very own biology. From
Viditeľný pokrok Pavol sa venuje liečbe rohovky a snaží sa na Slovensku zavádzať nové liečebné postupy. Vďaka prednáškam a kurzom doktora Veselého sa dnes inovácie šíria po celom Slovensku a zvyšujú úroveň zdravotníctva. Pavol is an eye surgeon specializing on treatment of iris. He is introducing novel treatments all over Slovakia. Due to his seminars,
Nick Bubb gives us an overview of the state of wildlife conservation in the world today. He explains why there is still a lot to be done and how governments, companies and citizens need to work together to protect our environment and critically endangered species. Wildlife conservation provides jobs, improves livelihoods and helps to address
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,
Stress: two sides of the same coin. Which are you going to choose? Have you ever considered stress as a tool for creation and empowerment? Dr. Chatzaki will explain how stress can be bad, but also good for you and that we can choose to see a crisis as an opportunity that we can seize.