Lectures, in chronologial order:

Myths and facts of a converging world  |  Watch on YouTube

Hans Rosling, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Can selective catalysts deliver clean technology and sustainability?  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Sir John Meurig Thomas, Cambridge University, United Kingdom

A multidimensional index of greenness, with the entropy added to the universe as only one parameter  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Roald Hoffmann, 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Cornell University, United States

Cooperation for sustainable development in the changing world

Chunli Bai, President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Biological design by evolution  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Frances Arnold, California Institute of Technology, United States

Nanoscience – potentials and threats  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Paul Alivisatos, Head of Lawrence Berkely Laboratory, United States

The climate change crisis - its solution must also involve changing people’s behaviour through global education  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Sir Harold Kroto, 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Florida State University, United States

Synthetic biology towards biofuels  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Jay D Keasling, The Joint BioEnergy Institute, Berkeley, United States

Climate forecast -why and how? The most pressing problems  | ​ Watch on YouTube

Jim Anderson, Harvard University, United States