If you are into science videos this will interest you. It’s a collection of 100 science lectures given by top scientists.
They are divided into the following groups:
- Science and engineering,
- Biology and medicine,
- Physics and astronomy,
- Earth and environment,
- Technology and computer science,
- Science and the future,
- Science and business, and
Some are several years old – but they look interesting. And they certainly cover a range of interests within science.
Thanks to Shirley Zeilinger for pointing me to 100 More Incredible Lectures From the World’s Top Scientists.
This is something to look forward to – THE ALAN TURING YEAR.
Alan Turing: Credit Psychology Wiki
June 23, 2012, is the Centenary of Alan Turing’s birth in London. During his relatively brief life, Turing made a unique impact on the history of computing, computer science, artificial intelligence, developmental biology, and the mathematical theory of computability.
2012 will be a celebration of Turing’s life and scientific impact, with a number of major events taking place throughout the year. Most of these will be linked to places with special significance in Turing’s life, such as Cambridge, Manchester and Bletchley Park.
The Turing Year is coordinated by the Turing Centenary Advisory Committee (TCAC), representing a range of expertise and organisational involvement in the 2012 celebrations. Organisations and individuals wanting to contribute ideas or support for the Turing Year are invited to contact any of the current TCAC members.
Thanks to the THE ALAN TURING YEAR website for the above information. Twitterers can keep up with plans and activities by following @AlanTuringYear
Events: The website provides information on events throughout the word – including at least one in New Zealand – Gibbons Memorial Lecture Series 2012, Auckland, New Zealand. Contact: Bob Doran