TED Fellow 2017, Research Scientist at the Centro de Astrobiología, Madrid, Spain, PhD. Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, MSc. Biological Sciences, MSc. Biochemistry “I am paid for having fun. Others call it work.” – Armando Azua-Bustos Do you share a vision of a better world? Do you want to join the journey? Subscribe today! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoIW… Atacama […]Read More Atacama, astrobiology, and the secret of life | Armando Azua-Bustos
Dean for International Relations and Legislation and Junior Professor of European Law in the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Institute of European Studies and International Relations. Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava. “It’s not only about protection of the human rights but it’s also about the promotion.” – Lucia Mokrá […]Read More A Passion for Human Rights | Lucia Mokrà
Pawòl Michel DeGraff [Quote] [Interview description] Traces.Dreams is a place on the web for people interested in the past, passionate about the present and curious about the future. Traces.Dreams is where you can find inspiration through a multidisciplinary and multi-regional perspective. Our vision is to make the big questions and dreams of today’s researchers visible. […]Read More Fòk lang nou kore edikasyon ak inovasyon pou yon demen miyò ann Ayiti Pawò
How does language use and suppression mirror societal power? What impact has colonialism had on the Haitian language? And how can linguists succeed in preserving creole languages, and elevating their prestige in the eyes of native speakers and their governments? Michel DeGraff, a Haitian linguist and tenured professor at MIT, is interested in these questions […]Read More The language we speak. Education, innovation and the future of Haiti
“I dream of a society where every individual knows about its responsibility not just on a local level but on the global level as a global citizen.” ― Almas Taj Awan Everyday we throw away tons of waste. But where does it all go? Can we turn waste into something usable and economically valuable? Can […]Read More From Pakistan to Brazil, Linking Science and Community
Dr. Bhadra is a behavioural biologist, artist and member of the Global Young Academy. “If I can motivate even a small part of the population to say “no, I will ask questions; at every step, I need to know why” then I think I have made a good contribution to the society of the future.” […]Read More Researching Stray Dogs, Doing Theater & Dreams of a Better Future
Francesco Carollo, Innovation Researcher and Strategist, London, UK “We don’t want to be driven by technology. We want to drive our behaviors and we want to ride the wave of technology in a way that stays meaningful to our lives because we are looking for meanings and the meaning is the most important thing. – […]Read More Do we innovate?
Dolores Bueno López, PhD Candidate, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain. “I would like to see that science can really change our lives for better. Not only in curing illnesses but also in making us better people.” – Dolores Bueno López Modern medicine saves millions of lives around the world every year. But not all diseases […]Read More Nanotechnology, Rare Diseases, and Dreams
“This is why I value that little phrase ‘I don’t know’ so highly. It’s small, but it flies on mighty wings. It expands our lives to include the spaces within us as well as those outer expanses in which our tiny Earth hangs suspended.” – Wislawa Szymborska What is ‘art’? Why do we need it? […]Read More Can art change the world?
Dr. Youssef Travaly (PhD, MBA) is the Next Einstein Forum Vice-President of Science Innovation & Institutional Partnerships. Youssef holds an MBA together with a PhD in Materials Science. He has extensive experience in a variety of sectors including semiconductor and biomedical research, low carbon circular economy and climate change. “We are here to celebrate science. […]Read More Science, Innovation, Partnerships and the future of Africa