Watch long and short-form videos on nearly every science-related topic including physics, biology, the brain, robotics, medicine, space, engineering, and the Earth. We gather great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries. Through discussions, debates, original films, lectures, and intimate salons, the World Science Festival takes science out of the laboratory and out into world.
The World Science Festival is a production of the World Science Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit headquartered in New York City. Our mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future.
«Prev1 /26Next»Riddles of Reality: From Quarks to the CosmosLifespan Expanded: The Scientific Quest For A Fountain Of YouthDecoding the BrainEinstein and the Quantum: Entanglement and EmergenceScience, Life, and Purpose: a Conversation With Francis Collins and Brian GreeneThe Future of Cosmology: A live conversation with Brian Greene and Saul PerlmutterThings We’ve Never Seen: The James Webb Space Telescope Explores the Cosmos2021 Nobel Laureates Ardem Patapoutian and David Julius in conversation with Brian Greene.Mind Your Language: Thought, Metaphor and ImaginationOur Mathematical Universe: Brian Greene & Max TegmarkDoes Math Reveal Reality?Steven Weinberg and the Quest to Explain the WorldLive Q&A with Brian GreeneCosmology and the Accelerating Universe | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Brian SchmidtAlan Alda: The Art of Communicating ScienceWhat is Life? Five Great Ideas in Biology. | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Sir Paul NurseWSU Master Class: Mathematics, The Language of Nature with Edward Frenkel CourseWSU Master Class: From Chemistry to Living Materials: Matter & Sound with Markus BuehlerWSU Master Class: Universe or Multiverse? with Andrei LindeFundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality | A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Frank WilczekWSU Master Class: Illuminating Black Holes with Veronika HubenyEntanglement, Black Holes, and Wormholes | An Informal Discussion with Brian GreeneBrian Greene and Leonard Susskind: Quantum Mechanics, Black Holes and String TheoryBrian Greene and Sir Roger Penrose: World Science U Q+A SessionScience in Focus. The Kavli Prize 2020 | AstrophysicsScience in Focus. The Kavli Prize 2020 | NeuroscienceScience in Focus. The Kavli Prize 2020 | NanoscienceWSU Master Class: New Ideas About Dark Matter with Justin KhouryWSU Master Class: How Black Holes Became Real with Priyamvada NatarajanWSU Master Class: Synthetic Biology’s Industrial Revolution with Drew EndyThe Hunt for Supermassive Black Holes | A Conversation with Andrea GhezWSU Master Class: History and Mysteries of The Universe with Max TegmarkWSU Master Class: Brain Machine Interfaces with Miguel NicolelisAccelerate, Collide, Detect: Gravitational Waves & Particle Physics with Brian Greene & Barry BarishWSU Master Class: From Chemistry to Life with Dimitar SasselovFrom Cancer to Covid-19: Tackling Today's Medical Issues - Brian Greene and Harold VarmusWSU Master Class: The Monster at the Heart of our Galaxy with Andrea GhezWSU:Accelerate, Collide, Detect with Barry BarishWSU: The Dark Side of the Universe with Michael TurnerShedding New Light On Dark Matter: Brian Greene and Priyamvada NatarajanWSU: Free Will and Neuroscience with Alfred MeleDiscovering Gravitational Waves: Brian Greene and Gabriela GonzálezWSU: Gravitational Waves | Einstein’s Astrophysical Messengers with Gabriela González2020 Kavli Prize Winners – NANOSCIENCE: Harald Rose and Ondrej Krivanek2020 Kavli Prize Winners – NEUROSCIENCE: Harald Rose and Ondrej Krivanek2020 Kavli Prize Winners – ASTROPHYSICS: Andrew FabianWSU: Special Relativity with Brian GreeneWSU: Oceans in Peril with Sylvia Earle«Prev1 /26Next»
The World Science Festival is an annual science festival produced by the World Science Foundation, non-profit organisation headquartered in New York City. There is also an Asia-Pacific event, held in Brisbane, Australia. The foundation’s mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future.