A Multilingual Conversation in Science: From Quantum Mechanics to CRISPR to Chaos
2016 Breakthrough Prize Symposium
A Multilingual Conversation in Science: From Quantum Mechanics to CRISPR to Chaos. In partnership with Scienctific American.
Saul Perlmutter (UC Berkeley)
I-han Chou (Nature)
Featuring talks by:
1. Raphael Bousso (UC Berkeley). Geometry and Information: Hidden Patterns in Gravity and Quantum Mechanics.
2. Jonathan Weissman (UCSF). Turning human genes on and off with CRISPRi/a.
3. Maciej Zworski (UC Berkeley). Linear vs Chaotic.
The 2016 Breakthrough Prize Symposium is co-hosted by UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, Stanford, and the Breakthrough Prize Foundation. This daylong event includes talks and panels featuring Breakthrough Prize laureates in Fundamental Physics, Life Sciences and Mathematics, as well as other distinguished guests.
For more details on the day’s activities please visit: http://breakthroughprize.berkeley.edu/symposium