Enjoy the list of the first speakers selected to present their breakthroughs in 15 minutes on 9 November 2013 in Berlin at the Falling Walls Conference. More names and details will be added soon.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2011, explains how insects genetics is unveiling the secrets of our autoimmune defences.
The world’s leading expert in international trade demonstrates how the reduction of poverty in India connected to the economic growth should inspire other developing countries.
A Harvard-MIT physicist and physician and a world-renowned nanotechnology scientist and entrepreneur, Dr. Goel will discuss how nanobiophysics will decentralize, mobilize and personalize the next generation of healthcare infrastructure.
Known for his studies on the relationship between language and evolution, he will present his new studies on how our ability to innovate might be affected by the digital revolution.
The winner of the 2012 L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards For Women in Science explains how through the study of resurrection plants, she is developing genetically modified crops able to survive in drought conditions.
The winner of the ERC Advanced Grant 2008 is taking us into the age of the invisible technology, with transparent and paper transistors.
The director of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), supports researchers and industry with leading edge supercomputing technology able to boost progress in basically every field of knowledge.
The director of a translational clinical neuroscience laboratory that focuses on cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia, introduces the surprising results of a new generation of videogames on schizophrenic patients.