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The ocean: a world ruled by microorganisms

Carlos Pedrós-Alió, National Center for Biotechnology (CSIC), Madrid, Spain. Introduction by Jarone Pinhassi, member of the Academy’s class for biosciences. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2018-05-16.

Intelligent behavior in animals

Stefano Ghirlanda, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York, USA. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-14. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Thinking and cultural evolution

Magnus Enquist, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-14. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Mental representation

David Papineau King’s College London, UK. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-14. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Informational openness enhances decentralized decision-making: A cognitive agent-based simulation

Joshua Skewes, Aarhus University, Denmark. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-15. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Troubles with Bayesianism: An introduction to the psychological immune system

Eric Mandelbaum, Baruch College, The City University of New York, USA. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-15. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Thinking in the predictive mind

Jacob Hohwy, Monash University, Australia. From: Thinking about thinking, 2017-12-15. UR Samtiden © Sveriges Utbildningsradio 2017.

Scientific wellness and healthcare

Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.

Self-replicating synthetic systems

Gerald Joyce, Scripps Research Institute. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.

Controlling metabolism: From yeast to human

Jens B Nielsen, Chalmers University of Technology. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.

Origin of eukaryotic cell

Nick Lane, University College London. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.

Mirror-image animals - mechanical manipulation and a point mutation

Reiko Kuroda, University of Tokyo. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.

Origin of life on earth and design of alternatives

Jack Szostak, Harvard University. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.

Synthetic tissues

Robert Langer, David Koch Institute, MIT. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.

New enzymes by evolution

Frances Arnold, Cal Tech Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengeneering Center. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.

CRISPR systems: From adaptive immunity to genome editing

Jennifer Doudna, Chemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology, University of CA. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.

Gene editing and genome engineering with CRISPR-Cas9

Emmanuelle Charpentier, Max Planck Institute. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.

Design and Synthesis of cells from the bottom up

Daniel Gibson, Craig Venter Institute, La Jolla, CA and Rockville, MD. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-23.
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