Life & Science
Climate Action: How Smart Farming Can Cool the Planet Down
The best way to reverse greenhouse emissions is to rethink agriculture and food production from the ground up, experts agree – because earth knows how to keep its temperature down.…
Decoding the Hidden Sounds of Nature
Author and researcher Karen Bakker explores how technology helps us understand the way animals and plants communicate – and why that’s vital to human life on Earth as well.
Sleep Research: What You Need To Know About Your Body Clock
Leading scientists Elizabeth Klerman and Till Roenneberg explain why sleep is vital to good health and how lifestyle choices can interfere with a good night’s rest…
Noise: The Secret Enemy of Good Decision-Making
Hidden factors often influence our judgement, in life and business, Nobel Prize Laureate Daniel Kahneman and marketing guru Scott Galloway show in their DLD talks…
The Future of Human Evolution
Biotechnology promises to revolutionize health and medicine. Harvard geneticist George Church shared his insights in a DLD Sync session with Ellen Jorgensen and Jamie Metzl.
Gene Editing: Great Potential, Great Concerns
Fixing errors in the human DNA could cure diseases and greatly improve health – but only for the wealthy? UC Berkeley ethicist Jodi Halpern warns of a new gap between…
Coronavirus: Managing A Crisis That Changes Everything
Drowning in news about the Covid-19 pandemic? We’ve created an overview of reliable sources, expert voices, studies and interactive tools. Take a look!
Digital Health: How Brainlab Is Building a “GPS for the Human Body”
Precision medicine needs precise information. By creating 3D image models of patients’ bodies, Brainlab helps surgeons navigate to the right spot. Founder Stefan Vilsmeier explains…
New Ways To Feed A Hungry Planet
We need alternative food sources, like lab meat and insects, to nourish ever more people without depleting the planet’s resources.
Turning Biology Into Technology
Koniku founder Osh Agabi has a daring plan: He’s developing a new kind of of biochip made from brain tissue in order to create sensors that can sniff out explosives…
The Future of Love
Esther Perel is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. With her podcast “Where Should We Begin?” the Belgian psychotherapist invites the listener into her…
Pioneering Health Care Technology
Mary Lou Jepsen surely deserves to be called a technology pioneer. Most recently, she was an engineering executive at Facebook working on its Oculus virtual reality gear; before that she spent…
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Future of NewSpace & Satellites
Earth used to have exactly one satellite: the Moon. Now there are thousands of man-made satellites orbiting our planet. With many more to come. This conversation between Bulent Altan (Alpine Space Ventures and Mynaric), Walter Ballheimer (Reflex Aerospace), and Joram Voelklein (Alpine…
Animals of the Milky Way
In his short film “Animals of the Milky Way” renowned German filmmaker Alexander Kluge presents an entirely a new perspective of the Milky Way, with the soundtrack provided by none other than former planet Pluto. Watch in awe and prepare to be…