Dean Ornish: Eat Well, Love More, Stress Less and Move More
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Dean Ornish: Eat Well, Love More, Stress Less and Move More

Dean Ornish, physician and founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, sits down to discuss…

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Amit Etkin: Can Magnets Fix Circuits in the Brain?
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Amit Etkin: Can Magnets Fix Circuits in the Brain?

AZT and Prozac were invented in the same year. While patients with HIV have seen…

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World Economic Forum | Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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Marissa Mayer: You Are the Query of Search Engines
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Marissa Mayer: You Are the Query of Search Engines

Former Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer sits down to discuss the mobile revolution and how search…

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Mark Post: Bioengineering Meat Is The Key to Survival
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Mark Post: Bioengineering Meat Is The Key to Survival

Mark Post is worried about the impact of meat, but doesn’t want to stop eating…

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Illah Nourbakhsh: Exploring Space and Time of Data
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Illah Nourbakhsh: Exploring Space and Time of Data

From watching solar flares and plants grow, to tracking deforestation and income inequalities, big data…

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Yao Chen: No Refugee Says They Don’t Want to Return
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Yao Chen: No Refugee Says They Don’t Want to Return

Actress and Crystal Award recipient Yao Chen discusses the refugee crisis and how using social…

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World Economic Forum | Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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Beau Lotto: Thriving in a World That Doesn’t Exist
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Beau Lotto: Thriving in a World That Doesn’t Exist

Visual perception can be misleading: our brains interpret what our eyes see by imposing meaning…

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The Trouble with Measuring an Economy
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The Trouble with Measuring an Economy

Oil spills, deforestation and divorce are all good for GDP, so why is it still…

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