David Kaplan explores the leading theories for the origin of life on our planet.
Po-Shen Loh discusses his approach to coaching the United States International Mathematical Olympiad team and reveals what he believes to be the major problem with math education.
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Matthew Genge shows explains to read the history of our solar system in the language of cosmic dust.
Frank Wilczek discusses the work that led to his Nobel and the inherent beauty of physical law.
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