Linda Liukas believes that a movement in technology is already happening and that we need to engage everyone -- especially the next generation -- to take part. She wants to create a more diverse and colourful world of technology, starting with the poetry of code.
Movements are powerful and can create lasting change. Science has changed our lives but as budgets are being cut in many countries, science could use activists.
Gihan Kamel explores the human side of scientific collaboration and how research can bring people from diverse backgrounds together to achieve a common goal.
CERN is famous for its big machines, for studying the tiniest constituents of matter to answer the biggest questions about the universe. Edda Gschwendtner is looking at radical yet simple ways of making our enormous machines smaller and more affordable.
In this hilarious talk, Vikki Stone describes the hardships of the scientific process she went through to pioneer the dog-bearding movement. Then she gives a lesson to CERN scientists on how they could have better communicated the discovery of the Higgs Boson, through narrative and that underappreciated instrument of 80s rock and roll, the keytar.
Did you know that gold is extraterrestrial? Instead of arising from our planet’s rocky crust, it was actually cooked up in space and is present on Earth because of cataclysmic stellar explosions called supernovae. CERN Scientist David Lunney outlines the incredible journey of gold from space to Earth.
Denmark55° 40' 49.9512" N, 12° 36' 13.4208" E
Belgium50° 40' 11.1108" N, 4° 36' 56.3688" E
United States40° 43' 59.664" N, 73° 59' 34.2276" W
Bulgaria42° 41' 36.6288" N, 23° 20' 5.2548" E