Craig Venter: Did He Make Life In The Lab?
Craig Venter: Did He Make Life In The Lab? Transcript Speaker: The only junk DNA is in my colleagues’ brains. Brian Keating: Today, we’re featuring Craig Venter, a world renowned...
EXCLUSIVE Craig Venter Q&A
EXCLUSIVE Craig Venter Q&A Transcript Brian Keating: Today, we’re featuring Craig Venter, a world renowned biotechnologist known for his groundbreaking contributions to genomics. He had a...
Michael Turner Explains the Origins & Mysteries ofDark Energy!
Michael Turner Explains the Origins & Mysteries of Dark Energy! Transcript Brian Keating: Michael Turner is a theoretical cosmologist, emeritus professor at the University of Chicago, and former...
Cumrun Vafa: Is String Theory Actually Science?
Cumrum Vafa: Is String Theory Actually Science? Transcript Speaker: There is no best viewpoint, and that best viewpoint is subject to the question. We should not say this is the way to look at...
David Chalmers:The Matrix is REAL!
David Chalmer: The Matrix is REAL! Transcript Speaker: The human brain is a big complex machine. It’s an amazing machine. It’s a creative machine, but it’s still made up of these...
Brian Greene: Does the MULTIVERSE Actually Exist?
Brian Greene: Does the MULTIVERSEActually Exist? Transcript Brian Keating: He’s known literally throughout the universe for his groundbreaking discoveries in the field of string theory. He co...
Lawrence Krauss: The Mysterious Origins ofDark Energy
Lawrence Krauss: The Mysterious Origins of Dark Energy Transcript Brian Keating: Lawrence Krauss Brian Keating: is a world renowned theoretical physicist, a man who significantly changed our...
David Brin: Your Privacy is Overrated. So is the Government’s
David Brin: Your Privacy is Overrated. So is the Government’s Transcript Brian Keating: David Brin is a world renowned astrophysicist and award winning science fiction author. He explores the...
Exploring Curiosity with Nobel Prize Winner Barry Barish
Exploring Curiosity with Nobel Prize Winner Barry Barish Transcript Speaker: I think it’s innate. I think we’re all curious. Brian Keating: Mhmm. Speaker: So it’s hard...