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Interviews

Kul T. Wadhwa

Kul T. Wadhwa

Knowledge engineer

"Internet challenges many old rules of how to disseminate knowledge and do business with culture"

Michael G. Rossmann

Michael G. Rossmann

Crystallographer

"It is still a very young science but especially active and very robust"

Walter J. Gehring

Walter J. Gehring

Molecular biologist

"In biology, one can never make predictions"

Javier Tejada

Javier Tejada

Professor of condensed matter physics at the UB

"As a teacher, 80% of what I write is done with chalk and on a blackboard"

Alois M. Haas

Alois M. Haas

Mystical and Germanist at the University of Zurich

"Mysticism educates the human being in the experience of distance"

Martin Kemp

Martin Kemp

Emeritus Research Professor in the History of Art

"Science and art are part of a whole"

Paul R. Ehrlich

Paul R. Ehrlich

President of the Centre for Conservation Biology at Stanford

"The expression 'sustainable growth' is an oxymoron"

Bruno S. Frey

Bruno S. Frey

Economist

"One cannot aspire to be happy without money"

Xavier Bosch

Xavier Bosch

Oncologist and epidemiologist

"Scientific research is the engine of progress and of life quality"

Eric S. Maskin

Eric S. Maskin

Nobel Prize in Economy (2007)

"Today one has to enforce to think globally and to also act globally"

Lynn Margulis

Lynn Margulis

Profeessor at the University of Massachusetts

"We all have microbial ancestors"

Harold Varmus

Harold Varmus

Nobel Prize in Medicine 1989

"I worry about how we invest in science"

Albert Fert

Albert Fert

Nobel Price in Physics 2007

"The gigas of memory will soon become an obsolete concept"

Elazer R. Edelman

Elazer R. Edelman

Cardiovascular engineer at the MIT'

"The dumbest cell is cleverer than the cleverest of scientists"

 
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