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WORLD SCIENCE FESTIVAL This year's Festival has been re-imagined as a year-long series of signature explorations
featuring world-leading thinkers, artists, and innovators discussing cutting edge ideas, recent discoveries, and future opportunities.

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Frank Wilczek, Nobel Laureate and Templeton Prize winner, has played a leading role in developing the most refined quantum mechanical understanding of the microworld and in proposing solutions to a number of deeply puzzling mysteries. He joins Brian Greene for a vibrant and wide-ranging discussion of these insights and what they may mean for our future understanding of reality.

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Upcoming Programs

What Is a Face?
Redefining Impossible
Relating to Robots
Can a Creation Be Creative?
Emergence and Entanglement
Seeking Immortaility
What is Real, What is a Copy?
The Illusion of Self
Seeking Eureka
Is Beauty Truth?
The Deep
The Brain-Gut Connection
Reading, Writing, and Technology
Quantum Reality
Math and Origami
Lucid Dreaming
Knowledge vs Wisdom
The Cosmic Web
Home Alone
Genes and Gender
Fooling the Eye. Revealing the Truth
Faith and Empiricism
Enhanced Humans
Dethroning DNA
Defining Life
Closing Quantum Loopholes
Can a Computer be a Physicist?
Beyond Deep Learning
Cosmological Controversy
All You Need Is Oxytocin

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