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  • Absolute Motivation
    Absolute Motivation Ай бұрын +113

    Such an insightful conversation between intellectual giants. Wonderful to see such amazing content available for free on KZclip.

  • Karan Raina
    Karan Raina 2 ай бұрын +246

    Overview of their works
    Medicine 09:35
    Chemistry 17:45
    Physics 28:53
    Economics 37:42

    • saidumuhammed pk
      saidumuhammed pk 8 күн бұрын

      @Ouchie Wowie bcz that is the waste stuff.

    • Ouchie Wowie
      Ouchie Wowie 9 күн бұрын

      why weren't there any literature or peace?

    • Lançelot
      Lançelot 12 күн бұрын

      @Dr. Edwconr Biochemistry is all of them ;) 🧬

    • WeakWill
      WeakWill 13 күн бұрын


    • Salman Ghori
      Salman Ghori 29 күн бұрын

      Thx. Karan!

    AMIT RAY 3 ай бұрын +825

    Listening to them is not only an experience of pure joy but also amazing that difficult subjects are talked in such a simple way.
    Very well conducted.

    • Yt_Nh93
      Yt_Nh93 9 күн бұрын

      You can talk about anything complex at a high level and it will appear simple, this isn't really hard. Discussions on a high level is meaningless and detracts from the actual brilliance of their work however it will keep audience attention which is why it is done.

    • Dr. Edwconr
      Dr. Edwconr Ай бұрын

      @Rolando Barrientos Good moderator, good discussion.

    • Dr. Edwconr
      Dr. Edwconr Ай бұрын +1

      Wonderful comment. Genius has been defined as 'the ability to make complex matters simple'.

    • marinaserbia
      marinaserbia 2 ай бұрын +1

      with all due respect, I felt that the journalist was distracting. I would like to see conversation between these people unmoderated.

    • Rolando Barrientos
      Rolando Barrientos 2 ай бұрын +1

      agree, this journalist is awesome, but in general i think is a bad idea gather all this brilliant minds together, cause obviusly each one has its own field of knowledge!

  • Ivan Oosthuizen
    Ivan Oosthuizen 3 ай бұрын +309

    Please don't ever stop hosting and broadcasting this talk. It is such an enlightening talk. Congratulations to all the Nobel Laureates with their outstanding achievements.

  • Bernardo c
    Bernardo c 3 ай бұрын +243

    As a PhD student using Carolyn technology, I am fully inspired to also push the boundaries of knowledge!! Carolyn is an inspiration for me and I hope to one day be able to be in one of her lectures

  • Melki Hassa
    Melki Hassa 3 ай бұрын +1062

    I think you should let them talk among each other longer, but that's just what I want. Rather than checking bullet points within a certain agenda that we don't know came from a nobel winner or not

    • Krystal D Long
      Krystal D Long 21 күн бұрын

      Agreed. They should start a podcast, i think that would give more freedom

    • rand_0893
      rand_0893 Ай бұрын

      Idk..I think like like when she interrupts..but I respect your opinion.

    • Doogles
      Doogles Ай бұрын

      @Dicey it was also edited. The video has been edited quite heavily.

    • Aaditya Saini
      Aaditya Saini Ай бұрын

      Bro's spitting facts

    • Tanny Chatlada
      Tanny Chatlada 2 ай бұрын

      ,😊 thank you, all is well.

  • Emmy Lee
    Emmy Lee 3 ай бұрын +189

    The clip from 82 send shivers down my spine, when Bergström mentioned genetics, whilst his son, Svante, received his Nobel Prize for his research on said field! He lived a kind of double life, with two families, and hardly anyone knew about Svante being his son. Really fascinating story!

    • tina hussei
      tina hussei Ай бұрын

      The whole thing of this discussion was weird and spooky !

    • Mohammed Faqih
      Mohammed Faqih Ай бұрын +2

      @Ivan Leon but is that the case with this guy? Was the circle actually closed with him inside? Was he part of the circle?

    • Ivan Leon
      Ivan Leon Ай бұрын +2

      while inspirational, and remarkable, it also show how close the circles on top research is, wish more people entered science.

    • aldjix
      aldjix 2 ай бұрын +4

      He didn’t raise his son but he also turned out to be brillant ?

  • Tadele Mirkena
    Tadele Mirkena 3 ай бұрын +210

    What a joy listening to such great minds and humble beings! Extremely inspiring discussion.

  • Neochrome808
    Neochrome808 3 ай бұрын +41

    For the love of God, make this format at the very least 1h30 long.
    It is a very rare occasion to hear those brilliant minds exchange thoughts and it is a disappointment that this opportunity lasts less than a lectures worth, as well as portions being noticeably cut out. People that watch this are in it for a longer, uncut debate format. It seems that some of the laureates are eager to speak more, but they aren't given the chance to express themselves properly.
    Thank you for considering a change in this format, many will be deeply grateful as the reach of this platform has the potential to inspire and educate.
    My suggestion is to bring out a shorter format to give an overview like this video does, but also the longer uncut version where the laureates are able to speak freely and have an actual conversation.

  • Alex Carter
    Alex Carter 3 ай бұрын +124

    Thanks for bringing back the Nobel Minds roundtable discussions. I am looking forward to more!

    • Louise Rose
      Louise Rose 2 ай бұрын

      Yes it's really cool! For many years, the programme was hosted by Bengt Feldreich, a famous science reporter from Sweden (and a bit of a showman), under the title "Snillen Spekulerar" (Speculations of the Geniuses) and after he died it was transferred to the BBC, Zeinab Badawi is an excellent interviewer/moderator, I've seen her lots of times on BBC World News, she's quick-witted, highly intelligent and very good at carrying this sort of high-powered round-table talk; a worthy successor of Feldreich in every way.

    • Robert Farr
      Robert Farr 3 ай бұрын

      I also watched and listened.

  • Young Fella
    Young Fella 3 ай бұрын +70

    It sends shiver down my spin watching intellectuals of this caliber gathering to exchange ideas. The output is pure brilliance. Congratulations to the price winners. Much love.

    • Robert Farr
      Robert Farr 3 ай бұрын +1

      Yes it's a good presentation to watch.

    • Ricardo Pedro
      Ricardo Pedro 3 ай бұрын +2

      "down my spin" I want to believe this was a very intended pun! If yes, a good one! :)

  • Abdullah
    Abdullah 3 ай бұрын +24

    Who would have thought that one day we would have the pleasure of watching and listening to such brilliant minds live. Thanks to these remarkable scientists, whose research and inventions made it possible. It's an absolute pleasure to listen to these incredible minds. They keep unfolding the mysteries of the universe. I especially love the part shared by physicists here that we just don't know how things (particularly quantum mechanics here) work. That, indeed, is a very humble stance to many deep and mysterious questions, specifically the very existence of us. Why do we exist? How did we come here? Why the universe is the way it is? What is the purpose of life?
    The story of John Clauser is particularly very inspiring, how he went from being deemed crazy for his ideas and experiments, building things from the scratch, to winning the Nobel Prize after 50 years. His humble response when asked if he thinks quantum mechanics is a complete theory, Clauser answered: "I suspect there is a more fundamental theory below it, but that's purely conjecture. I don't know what it is. I confess also that I'm totally confused, I have no idea what all of this means."

  • Brandon Diaz
    Brandon Diaz 2 ай бұрын +52

    Hey Nobel Prize, please continue to upload videos like this as it serves as a bridge to greater global insights.
    Shout-out to the 2022 Laureates and Zeinab Badawi for being such a prolific presenter. Thank you!

  • Khalil Mustafa Khan
    Khalil Mustafa Khan 3 ай бұрын +142

    Dear Laureates,
    I am writing to express my heartfelt congratulations on each of your recent Nobel Prize wins. These are truly extraordinary achievements, and ones that are richly deserved. Your dedication, hard work, and talent have brought you to the pinnacle of your respective fields, and your contributions have made a lasting impact on the world.
    I am grateful for your tireless efforts to push the boundaries of knowledge and understanding, and for your commitment to advancing the common good. Your Nobel Prizes are a testament to your incredible abilities, and an inspiration to us all.
    Thank you for everything you have done, and for all that you will continue to do in the future. You are true role models and shining examples of what can be achieved through hard work, passion, and determination.
    With admiration and gratitude,

    • WhatALife
      WhatALife Ай бұрын +1

      @Mike Turner I did too. It only felt right to do so

    • Mike Turner
      Mike Turner 2 ай бұрын +3

      I just read your comment in an English accent

    • Eisi456
      Eisi456 3 ай бұрын +9

      mate its not 1822...but i'm with you ;)

    • Madison Stern
      Madison Stern 3 ай бұрын +6

      Spot on. Well said Khalil!

    • o
      o 3 ай бұрын +8

      gratitude at its deepest!

  • Abhishek Kumar Jaiswal
    Abhishek Kumar Jaiswal 2 ай бұрын +12

    It's so satisfying to listen to them explain their work in a simple, interesting and passionate way. Thank you for bringing it to us. And thanks for all the research work and tackling global problems for us. 🙏 Respect

  • Josef Keritam
    Josef Keritam 3 ай бұрын +243

    I met professor Zeilinger a month ago in public traffic in Vienna and i was actually afraid of him and it reminded me how powerful intellect and education actually is. I just froze in place and I had never been that intimidated of a human and believe me, I have seen some strong dudes but this was very different.

    • frank yang
      frank yang 2 ай бұрын +6

      the conqueror haki my friend

    • Brian Wade
      Brian Wade 2 ай бұрын +4

      @Hussain Albannai I sprayed out my milk when I read that you spat out your noodles.

    • Jose Meneses Montano
      Jose Meneses Montano 3 ай бұрын +13

      Low key if I was in the presence of a person whose intellect is on another level I would be in shock and awe as well

    • Hussain Albannai
      Hussain Albannai 3 ай бұрын +8

      @Ekes Andras I spat my noodles out reading this

    • InfiniTim
      InfiniTim 3 ай бұрын +25

      He teleported fear from his quantum computer's output into your quantum computer's input!

  • Beyond the blue horizon
    Beyond the blue horizon 3 ай бұрын +168

    It is quite remarkable that Nobel Minds program was able to attract their royal highnesses. Dark clouds hanging over the sky, we need this kind of discussion on television, not once a year but at regular intervals. Getting exposed to new kind of topics really makes me open-minded. Good thumb from Japan 👍

    • Robert Farr
      Robert Farr 3 ай бұрын

      Yes, The Crown Princess and her husband, a gym owner. Perhaps they, are in the Network of Karate Nerd Jesse Empkamt the famous KZclipr ?! The Crown Princess is a really beautiful woman.

    • Sid
      Sid 3 ай бұрын +4

      I think the groundbreaking achievements contributed by the scientists in the Nobel prize society would be really beneficial in technological and medical advancements in their country which is why it's not surprising Royal families would be interested in it as well.

    • Jinette W.
      Jinette W. 3 ай бұрын +8

      'their royal highnesses'. This is not the place for fawning on people born into titles. Respect the people around the table please.

    • Herculeum
      Herculeum 3 ай бұрын +3

      Diversity makes people open-minded

  • Welp GGs
    Welp GGs 3 ай бұрын +23

    Love everyone that got recognized this day. Really inspiring for me as a freshman studying and hoping to get into research in the near future.

  • Utkarsh Panwar
    Utkarsh Panwar 3 ай бұрын +32

    I consider myself lucky to have been able to listen to and understand this discussion. I congratulate the team for making this and rendering it accessible, for free, to people all across the globe.
    However, I have some feedback:
    1) Since people from around the world are watching it, wouldn't it be better if we had subtitles in foreign languages? In the absence of subtitles, only the English speaking layer of the population is able to understand this. Young minds and new ideas are scattered all around the world and not all of them understand English.
    2) The questions regarding dearth of women at the top of their fields, be it science, arts or even Hollywood, should be posed to men and not the women. Hence, I completely agreed with what Prof. Bertozzi affirmed in the video.
    If not for the aforementioned points, I am absolutely in awe of this discussion and glad that I got the chance to witness this. Thanks!

    • Dr. Edwconr
      Dr. Edwconr Ай бұрын

      I am thankful for the subtitles.

  • Cheeky Monkey
    Cheeky Monkey 3 ай бұрын +22

    I am an intellectual nobody, but I thoroughly enjoyed listening to all this genius. It gives me confidence that all the elements of progress are here and we have the people to find it.

  • William Jayaraj
    William Jayaraj 3 ай бұрын +35

    Congratulations to all the Nobel prize winners. From the audience side a student asked this excellent question. That is , from where do the great ideas emerge ?. Superbly got the answer in one word, "Obsession" from the great minds side. Thanks for this very valuable programme arranged by the Nobel committee.

    • meger zizo
      meger zizo 2 ай бұрын

      yeah, that was what I noticed from the whole interview "obsession"

    • Luke
      Luke 2 ай бұрын +1

      such a great answer. words cannot do it justice

  • Ernest Khathutshelo Tshivhase
    Ernest Khathutshelo Tshivhase 2 ай бұрын +60

    What a great conversation. As a young man in Johannesburg, South Africa, am inspired. Africa needs to sit on this table in years to come. Brilliant minds!

    • Mr OG
      Mr OG 29 күн бұрын

      I agree

    • John Ajayi
      John Ajayi Ай бұрын

      Of course we have an African Nobel Laurrette from Nigeria. Prof Wole Soyinka

    • Tony E.
      Tony E. Ай бұрын +3

      I'm a Nigerian and these are my thoughts:
      A gathering of brilliant minds with Nobel-level excellence celebrates their well-deserved efforts and results in different facets of human endeavor. Meanwhile, a certain group of over 200 million people in a certain West African country is debating whether to vote for a thief, a drug lord, or a prudent man. Just go sit in a quiet corner and put this into perspective.

    • Obado Kamara
      Obado Kamara 2 ай бұрын +1

      Shouldn't I be worried because "Africa needs to sit on this table in years to come" I think we should

  • Olivier D.
    Olivier D. 28 күн бұрын +3

    Congratulations to the moderator! Jumping from one topic to another so smoothly and adding a pinch of humor along the way was masterpiece.

  • Ofosu Emmanuel
    Ofosu Emmanuel 3 ай бұрын +44

    This talk is an inspiration for me as a Junior Quantum Physicist. Wishing for more of such talks

    • sakitperut123
      sakitperut123 8 күн бұрын

      Good luck. Quantum is a blind end.

    • Hardik B
      Hardik B 2 ай бұрын

      @Robert Farr great!

    • Robert Farr
      Robert Farr 3 ай бұрын

      Nice! Quantum Physics! I studied something similar with Dr. I forgot his name, back in 2004 ! He was the inventor of Maple , a computer package, for teaching Quantum Mechanics !

    • christopher reed
      christopher reed 3 ай бұрын +4

      make Nigeria proud

  • chess tictacs
    chess tictacs 3 ай бұрын +40

    We ought to give a credit to the host for moderating this round table in a classy and humorous way. Excellent conversation!

  • Debjit Debnath
    Debjit Debnath 3 ай бұрын +21

    The world is a much better place for these talented laureates. Very grateful for their work in their respected fields.

  • RCV
    RCV 3 ай бұрын +156

    The only thing lacking really is the time allotment. Would have been fun if this could go on for 2 hours so we can really let the conversations flow.

      WUTAE WORLD 28 күн бұрын

      @Mehdi Ezzine THIS! i heard more from the interviewer than The scientists that were being interviewed!
      room for improvement definitely.

    • Mehdi Ezzine
      Mehdi Ezzine 2 ай бұрын

      Yes i also didn’t like how directed the discussion was , I mean these are some of the greatest scientists of our time i think they can find subjects to discuss between themselves on their own just fine

    • peter ummur
      peter ummur 3 ай бұрын +6

      I agree that a longer time slot would have been fascinating zeena badawi was brilliant

    • k
      k 3 ай бұрын +16

      Agree. Maybe they could do a cut version for television and another "directors cut" with all the answers and huhums around the table.

  • nyworker
    nyworker 3 ай бұрын +15

    These people are bright and talented but they work extremely hard in their fields to achieve their breakthroughs. Incredible role models of achievement and decency.

  • Lung'atso Messry
    Lung'atso Messry 2 ай бұрын +5

    This is awesome, listening to all these laureates at a go! It's amazing how these Sciences feel intertwined in a way...I study economics and I really hope more women in the field get as far as to become Laurates

  • melchor modales
    melchor modales 3 ай бұрын +47

    Inspiring and amazing minds! I enjoyed a lot listening to everyone! Highly educational indeed!

  • Alter Man
    Alter Man 2 ай бұрын +4

    Congratulations to all the winners! I think there is a tradition of finding the sequence in the medical fields and it is very probable to win awards with convincing experimental results.

  • Gowri Abhiram
    Gowri Abhiram 3 ай бұрын +17

    I always enjoy watching this interaction every year. Thanks to the BBC for producing such a programme.

    • Robert Farr
      Robert Farr 3 ай бұрын

      I only just started watching, it popped up on KZclip.

  • IMR
    IMR 3 ай бұрын +17

    This is quality and beauty of the mind.Weare all created with purpose and potential but when we understand the principles there is curiosity in discoveryThank you Zainab for your enthusiasm and dynamism Really enjoy the moment

  • Dua Fatima
    Dua Fatima 27 күн бұрын +2

    It's really saddening to see that the scientists of past who have literally made our lives magical were not appreciated as much as they deserved
    We also see in this age that so called celebrities who have not influenced our lives in any way are treated like living gods
    I hope this generation learns to appreciate great people like these and it would certainly have a great impact on our world and we would be ahead of our time

  • Bradley Bohus
    Bradley Bohus 18 күн бұрын

    Congrats on the amazing achievements! such a brilliant conversation from the world's top minds! such a blessing to be able to learn from the elders of our community.

  • Sandhya Paudyal
    Sandhya Paudyal 2 ай бұрын +4

    This really portrays what nobel minds mean. Such a beautiful, insightful, warm, dedicated discussion. The genuises are geniuses for a reason and that is super clear in this video; their attitude towards the discussed knowledge is discerning..

  • VISQ on Spotify
    VISQ on Spotify Ай бұрын +4

    This was amazing. Loved all of this talk. It's 5am and I'm here watching and consuming. Maybe in 20 years; I'll be here at this talk just to sit and listen.

    • VISQ on Spotify
      VISQ on Spotify Ай бұрын

      I wonder if older civilizations had these talk of talks but because they weren't documenting like we do now, we wouldn't know.

  • Chinmoy Deka
    Chinmoy Deka 2 ай бұрын +1

    Such inspiring people together in one place. This show is on a different level.

  • Akumba Whicliff
    Akumba Whicliff 3 ай бұрын +5

    Always a pleasure listening to such great minds of our times, thank you🙏

  • Alcyoneus
    Alcyoneus 2 ай бұрын +2

    It is a joy to watch these brilliant minds when they discussed on their experience

  • SSIC Network
    SSIC Network 3 ай бұрын +32

    This was amazing 😢….brings a tear to my eye. I just turned 35 and just my thirst for knowledge and mature dialogue has greatly increased 😎🤘🏼 which doesn’t leave me many options with so much ignorant content being force fed to us via social media in todays world. I wish much success and positivity to whomever is reading this

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 3 ай бұрын +9

    Brilliant, I hope scientists from other parts of the world also become proficient at research and join this prestigious club.

  • Olabanji Stephen
    Olabanji Stephen Ай бұрын +2

    It's so satisfying to listen to this and watch how they push the boundaries of knowledge

  • Anna Konokova
    Anna Konokova 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for such a talk! An honor and a pleasure to listen to all these brilliant people

  • InfiniTim
    InfiniTim 3 ай бұрын +10

    It's very pleasant to watch these intelligent people come together!

  • Natalia I. Kucirkova
    Natalia I. Kucirkova 2 ай бұрын +4

    What a great session, thank you for sharing!

  • Learn Learn Learn
    Learn Learn Learn 3 ай бұрын +5

    Dear nobel lauraettes. I hope you contribute more, remain well and healthy to produce more better research. Every teacher and researcher is unique and each professor is talking very originally. The interviewer is also engaging.

  • Alvaro Diego Díaz Hernández
    Alvaro Diego Díaz Hernández 2 ай бұрын +3

    It´s outstanding having this opportunity for listening to these remarkable minds. Thanks a bunch for sharing this kind of content.

  • Wesley Costa
    Wesley Costa 3 ай бұрын +6

    Congrats to all Laureates. And also congrats to the presenter, which conducted it very well!

  • StunningTV
    StunningTV 3 ай бұрын +7

    It's fascinating how simply they explain extremely hard stuffs. Probably this is a quality that makes them the best of human kind.

  • Maharajan Maddy
    Maharajan Maddy Ай бұрын +1

    someone should give that lady a noble prize, for conducting the interview so candidly. I have been around academicians most of my life, and they often refrain from expressly articulating unless they are made very comfortable.

  • Shamil MC
    Shamil MC 2 ай бұрын +1

    Just fascinated watching this. Wonderful human beings in their own rights drawing us all to think deep. Inspiring!!! The world media should air more and more such content to fuel the imagination of the masses.

  • ragavendiran ushasri
    ragavendiran ushasri 3 ай бұрын +11

    Listening to every one is a new beginning to different fields of science and highly delighted at this noble feast

  • Xpert
    Xpert  3 ай бұрын +14

    Another interesting round table discussion among the geniuses. Thanks to the Nobel committee. Congratulations 🎊 to the laureates

  • Piyush Bansal
    Piyush Bansal 3 ай бұрын +10

    Beautiful discussion and even more elegant and finesse in conducting this roundtable discussion by the lady. This is mind-blowing and much needed every year.

  • Jacques Malherbe
    Jacques Malherbe 2 ай бұрын

    Extremely interesting - I was not aware this roundtable was a regular event. Are there equivalent discussion video's with the literature laureates?

  • Ewumi Opeyemi
    Ewumi Opeyemi Ай бұрын

    I absolutely enjoyed watching this! It's so sweet to see brilliant people being so normal.

  • Lesley Brown
    Lesley Brown Ай бұрын +1

    Every second of every minute, of every hour of every day is and opportunity to practice the mindset of the Nobel mind. Actions will always speak louder than words.

  • Ashok kumar Malik
    Ashok kumar Malik 3 ай бұрын +4

    It was very interesting and inspirational to listen to different Nobel laureates express their views on their achievements in their fields in a light-hearted conversational way. Their achievements help illuminate dark areas and thereby take humankind a little forward on the path being traversed by life. It is a privilege to listen to them. Yes, it is well said by a Nobel laureate, not for the first time, that art and science are two aspects of human creative explorations. Often scientific findings are serendipitous, though often too it takes a lot of thought, hardwork and experiments to attain objective truth. It was mentioned by a respectable Nobel laureate that we Homo sapiens sapiens have in our genotype genes from Neanderthals who disappeared after having co-existed with us for an enormous span of time, as also another subspecies. It was also mentioned that we Homo sapiens sapiens have something in our genes that has made us especially stand apart and go on exploring various aspects of life on Earth and beyond into space. I have an intuitive hypothesis that what is special is the creative imagination coming from expressions of, among other genes, the specific genes absorbed from Neanderthals! A light seems to be shone on my hypothesis from the reading of recorded human history: it is known that sophisticated people are often unable to resist unsophisticated barbarous ones! Extrapolating this to the evolutionary struggles that went on when other hominid species like Neanderthal were in competitive co-existence on the planet. I hypothesise that Neanderthals lost out to Homo sapiens sapiens precisely for the aforementioned self -same reason; that is, they were no match for the highly extrovert Homo sapiens, having been, as I intuitively hypothesise, more sophisticatedly introvert, peaceful and imaginative. The struggle that came to a conclusion thousands of years ago in the outside world, stands now internalised in Homo sapiens sapiens, since, although Neardertals gradually disappeared and were absorbed, the genes that derive from them, may be crucial in their specific cultural expressions in us, so that now there is a wrestling between our finer sensibilities reflected in art and aesthetics etc and mundane inclinations and ruthless propensities! It would be relevant to mention that between chimps and humans, genes so nearly the same, yet expressions of genes make us what we characteristically are:human. It is being thought by scientists that the sixth mass extinction is under way, so to speak, this time unfortunately due to the senseless and ruthless doings of the human species; it is still uncertain whether humans' ruthless selfishness will win over aesthetic sensibility and other time-honoured traits of character. I hope the struggle between ruthless genes and cultural aspirations may conclude favourably, and also remain prolonged and indecisive till Homo sapiens sapiens should be able to find another home in the solar system (hopefully Mars) as their having at the present moment a single home, this beautiful Earth, is a precarious situation.
    -Ashok Kumar Malik

  • Victoriano Martin
    Victoriano Martin 2 ай бұрын +1

    These videos are pure knowledge and cultural information. Hosting and broadcasting these talks extend our minds. Thank you.

  • William Li
    William Li 3 ай бұрын +8

    Great discussion. I love when people who are so dedicated to pursuing knowledge come together and pick each others brains. I just hope we get to see more women at that table in the future.

    • I'm the captain now
      I'm the captain now 2 ай бұрын +2

      As one of the laureates said the student was really bright but she had to make a choice. Make a family or completely dedicate to the field. Juggling both of those at the same time is too hard to be competitive. Most families its the women who take most time to raise children and run the house. Could throw those responsibilities on a nanny and other caretakers but that takes money and doesnt take the childs feelings into account. Statistically children of rich parents who dont spend enough time with their children dont turn out too well.

    • Krishna
      Krishna 3 ай бұрын +1

      Previous year, women mostly got Nobel prize.

  • Force For Good ሓይሊ ንጽቡቕ

    It is wonderful to listen to the great minds. Zainab, I think this is great format, however, at times it seemed some of the laureates were squeezed for time as they answered questions. I wondered if they were given the questions in advance with the time allotment for their answer.

  • mohareza95
    mohareza95 Ай бұрын +2

    It was amazing to watch it from 🇮🇷 Iran with my family, it might even help minds come closer.👌

  • Abrar Fahad
    Abrar Fahad 2 ай бұрын +2

    The host; she is brilliant. I don't know about her though, but she managed to keep this flawless environment throughout the discussion and light and bright humor!
    It was great to watch and listen to the brilliant minds talk

  • Vernon Headley
    Vernon Headley 3 ай бұрын +6

    This is very inspiring and informative for me as a young man who loves and enjoy science.

  • TheHousePreacher
    TheHousePreacher Ай бұрын +2

    I have never seen the presenter Zenaib Badawi this excited in any of her works. This is indeed a special occasion.

  • Gerard Ornell
    Gerard Ornell Ай бұрын +1

    To witness the humbleness of some of the brightest minds on Earth really is a spectacle.

  • Team Speak
    Team Speak 2 ай бұрын +2

    please make this longer. it's a service to humanity to let these people exchange ideas publicly

  • sutats
    sutats 3 ай бұрын +4

    All these exceptional minds in one room. Priceless.

  • TheMarmite09
    TheMarmite09 2 ай бұрын +2

    You learn so much by watching only 47 minutes. Imagine having these amazing minds sit down together for 2 hours.

  • Zachary Davis
    Zachary Davis 3 ай бұрын +11

    Thanks for spending the time to create and share this content awarenesses/perspectives/etc ❤️🤙🏾

  • Tapela Lungu
    Tapela Lungu 2 ай бұрын

    Let us take some time to applaud how Zeinab Badawi handled the conversation. She is really well-vested in understanding conversations. This was a remarkable table of discussion from such global minds.

  • Alexandre Lucas
    Alexandre Lucas Ай бұрын

    Wow, thanks for this, what a privilege to listen to this interaction. Congrats to the presenter, very good job.

    NWOGBA HENRY 3 ай бұрын +1

    I feel lucky to witness great discussions like this.

  • Parsa
    Parsa 3 ай бұрын +34

    I’m so happy these talks are back in person!

  • SAC
    SAC 3 ай бұрын +5

    What a treat... Supreme minds gathered under one roof aloft that which is impossible. The cherry topping bringing it all sublimely together provided by the wonderful Mrs. Badawi

  • Mike Okine
    Mike Okine Ай бұрын +1

    Brilliant sharing of ideas. Simplicity in entanglement of possibilities

  • David Russell
    David Russell 3 ай бұрын +7

    Inspiring! Fantastic job with the moderating as well!

  • Azka
    Azka 11 күн бұрын

    I ABSOLUTELY love how Bertozzi turned around the question about women advocacy on the men in the room. I feel often when women reach great heights, the immediate question thrown on them is how THEY’RE gonna use their newfound platform to advocate for other women, it’s like some weird forced expectation on them and the very first thing they’re usually asked. Bertozzi really diplomatically and beautifully focused it on the other people who have a lot more power to do that than her. Yeah it’s great she’s got that accomplishment but don’t always make it on the woman to do it for other women.

  • donald cunningham
    donald cunningham 3 ай бұрын +1

    This should be a long format conversation. So much new information that needs to be cross referenced and discussed from other fields.

  • Osamaz
    Osamaz 2 ай бұрын +2

    She is just having so much fun in this, I wish I was this lucky to get an audience with 1 laureate, let alone 10

    • Osamaz
      Osamaz 2 ай бұрын +1

      Asking each of the laureates, "How much neanderthal you got in you"

  • Khalid Hasan Zibon
    Khalid Hasan Zibon 3 ай бұрын +6

    I get goosebumps seeing these "Beautiful Minds"!

  • kozi
    kozi 3 ай бұрын +1

    Such an improvement from the last year!
    Host deff. took some notes.
    Great content.

  • Julius Adesun
    Julius Adesun 2 ай бұрын +1

    This is awesome to listen to the nobel minds 2022. Congratulations to the 2022 laureates.

  • Tearoh™
    Tearoh™ Ай бұрын

    Amazing! Love them asking each other questions!!

  • Emīls Mikulis
    Emīls Mikulis 2 ай бұрын +1

    Great mastermind! I think best minds definately should work together!

  • Lucy Stephanie: Properties & More
    Lucy Stephanie: Properties & More 2 ай бұрын +1

    Wow haven't watched an episode like this for a while. Love it. 👍

  • Cida Costa
    Cida Costa 3 ай бұрын +5

    27:26 As I started applauding laureate Prof Caroline from here, the audience followed suit!! Fantastic answer!!

  • M P
    M P 2 ай бұрын +1

    It would be amazing to listen to their opinion about afterlife based on age and experience they have.

  • Kinda G
    Kinda G Ай бұрын

    If there are people who deserve to live forever. . . .Awesome humans!

  • Swalery
    Swalery 25 күн бұрын

    Simplicity and humility screens a lot among these men and women of Honor

  • John Lincoln
    John Lincoln 3 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you Zainab for hosting this so intelligently, gracefully and beautifully. I really enjoyed your succinct nudging of the cohort of this league of extraordinary gentlemen so that a lay man and a mere below average mortal like me can understand the discussions of these super human individuals. Kudos and well done BBC and Ms. Zainab!

  • MJ Selfmade
    MJ Selfmade Ай бұрын

    Mr. Ben Bernanke had made a lasting impression on me in terms of communicating the importance of his expertise. I at least could relate to him the most (being a business student myself).

  • Video Producers
    Video Producers 3 ай бұрын +4

    Amazing and inspiring interviews! Great TV Host🥰

  • Steve K.
    Steve K. 3 ай бұрын +17

    Very inspiring discussion!

  • Akatabanuse Benjamin
    Akatabanuse Benjamin 29 күн бұрын

    Excellent. please organise these discussions often with these gentle men and woman

  • Samanta Kurash
    Samanta Kurash 3 ай бұрын +24

    All these great minds together is soo amazing dang

  • Mod
    Mod 29 күн бұрын

    Thank You For Making This World a Better Place.
    People of Science ❤

    • Kumari Kumari
      Kumari Kumari 20 күн бұрын

      Yes..making world a better place 👍

  • AdemolaVictorTv
    AdemolaVictorTv 2 ай бұрын +3

    I wish this got over 50 million views. Awesome interview

  • A better choice?!!!
    A better choice?!!! 3 ай бұрын +4

    Love both questions raised by students, and impressed by the only female laureate. It’s hard to have real conversation when you have no specific background and within timeframe. Pity.