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Lectures, in chronologial order:

Opening address  | Watch on YouTube

Bertil Andersson, President of Nanyang Technological University and Bengt Nordén, Chairman and Founder of Molecular Frontiers, Sweden

 

Keynote Lecture  | Watch on YouTube

Craig Venter, J. Craig Venter Institute, United States

 

Sequencing Technology in Biomedicine  | Watch on YouTube

Huanming Yang, President, Beijing Genomics Institute, China

 

Q&A: Dr. Craig Venter and Professor Huanming Yang  | Watch on YouTube

 

Nanocomposite Design of Advanced Biomaterials  | Watch on YouTube

Professor Jackie Y. Ying, Executive Director, Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore

 

Convergence of Life Sciences with Engineering: A Perspective on this Third Revolution  | Watch on YouTube

Ram Sasisekharan, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, United States

 

Q&A: Professors Jackie Y. Ying and Ram Sasisekharan  | Watch on YouTube

 

Nobel Prize and the Advance of Immunological Methods  | Watch on YouTube

Professor Erling Norrby, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sweden

 

Probing Metabolism in vivo in Real Time  | Watch on YouTube

Arnaud Comment, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland'

 

Can the Observant Chemist Compete with the Blind Watchmaker?  | Watch on YouTube

Tom Brown, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 

Q&A: Professors Erling Norrby, Arnaud Comment and Tom Brown  | Watch on YouTube

 

Nobel Address  | Watch on YouTube

Sir Harold Kroto, 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Florida State University, United States

 

Click Chemistry: Recent Advances Used in Biomedicine  | Watch on YouTube

Karl Barry Sharpless, 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, The Scripps Research Institute, United States
 

Systems Biology of Metabolism: Impact on Human Health and Industrial Biotechnology  | Watch on YouTube

Jens Nielsen, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Multiscale, Superresolved, Ultrasensitive Optical Molecular Imaging  | Watch on YouTube

Shimon Weiss, University of California at Los Angeles, United States

 

Q&A: Professors Karl Barry Sharpless, Jens Nielsen and Shimon Weiss  | Watch on YouTube

 

Nanoscopy with Focused Light  | Watch on YouTube

Stefan Hell, 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Director, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany

 

Pushing the Envelope in Biological Fluorescence Microscopy  | Watch on YouTube

Eric Betzig, 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, United States

 

Cruising Inside Cells - New Fluorescent Probes and New Perspectives in Bioscience  | Watch on YouTube

Atsushi Miyawaki, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

 

Q&A: Professors Stefan Hell, Atsushi Miyawaki and Dr. Eric Betzig  | Watch on YouTube

 

Panel Discussion: “How Will Molecular Sciences Impact Our Future?”