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The video links give an overview of the respective topics, but aren’t necessarily like the presentations themselves.

Kindness through Knowledge

Recommended audience: general public, interested amateurs.

Are you interested in science but hesitate to make the jump and learn about it?

Then this is the presentation for you – oh, and where does kindness come in?

The Tale of Knowledge

Recommended audience: general public, interested amateurs.

The story which started it all. Is science too hard?

Dive into the history of science. This presentation will surprise you.

I’m just not a genius!

Recommended audience: all.

What else is there to say? These are semi-biographical musings on life, the universe, and everything.

Science and Empathy

Recommended audience: general public, interested amateurs.

What makes a scientist a scientist? As the saying goes: The answer may surprise you.

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Science

Recommended audience: General public, interested amateurs.

Nature’s complex. Science isn’t. What does that mean?

This presentation brings you closer to a suprisingly simple method: Science.

Too Good to Be True

Recommended audience: all.

Sometimes, weird ideas become the basis for modern society (read: quantum physics). Mostly, they don’t.

Can we know which ideas have a chance?

The Center of the Universe

Recommended audience: General public, interested amateurs.

Find out how you are the center of your own, personal universe.

Learn about the history of the whole universe and how it relates to you.

Feynman’s Flower

Recommended audience: General public, interested amateurs.

Be inspired by this Nobel Prize winner’s words on beauty.

All You Ever Need to Know About the Earth’s Atmosphre

Recommended audience: General public, interested amateurs.

That’s it. The beginner’s guide, the one-stop-shop, the whatever-you-want-to-call-it: The ultimate summary of the environment we live in.

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