Maëlle Chassard

How imagination, craziness and naivety can build tomorrow?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 5
  • Description

    "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Is that really true today? In the world where access to information is more than easy, knowledge can be reached by anyone. But what about imagination?"

    "Of course technology offers beautiful and wonderful things to see but we forget too often to use our other senses which make work our imagination"

    "Yes, it is very important for a child to invent its own world where he could be the hero."

    "Naivety detaches us from the technique and allows us to invent incredible, impossible, and improbable things."

    "Craziness, naivety and expertise is a combination which could make your idea real one day"

    "What I am telling you today is to be a pioneer. Do not be afraid to imagine impossible things thanks to imagination. That's the reflection I offer you today: do not stop thinking like a child"

     

The City of the Future
  • Description

    The French Embassy in Germany initiated this conference on the city of tomorrow to inspire and show examples on how tomorrow's cities could look like.

L'Innovation Pour le Climat
  • Description

    The MEDEF's only objective is to make France a winner and its only obsession is employment.

Innovation 2.0
  • Description

    Pantheon-Sorbonne University, also known as Paris 1, is a public research university in Paris, France.

Responsible Innovation
  • Description

    The first WikiStage SoScience conference brought together successful entrepreneurs and researchers to discuss the theme of "Responsible Innovation".

En France on n'a pas de Pétrole Mais des Jeunes Plein d'Idées
  • Description

    This event was organized at the Military School (Ecole Militaire) in Paris with a theme "In France we do not have oil but young people full of ideas".

Alexandre Jais

Will your future be 3D printed?
WikiStage Stanford
  • Description

    The talk focuses on the role of the 3D printers, machines that create three-dimensional objects from digital files, in the close future. Started off as an industrial piece of technology in the 1980s, 3D printing is now adapted to an everyday user. The technique could be found useful in various domains such as medical bioprinting or architecture yet the knowledge about is still not yet developed. Further education about it could unlock its full potential.

Paul Warren

What are the biological challenges of going to space?
WikiStage Stanford
  • Description

    Space travel is one of mankind's greatest achievements of the 20th century. As we explore our universe more and more thoroughly, we face many challenges, but the biggest might be how to adapt to an environment where there is no gravity.

Johannes Bittel

Who is the teacher in the 21st century?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 5
  • Description

    When you think about the future of education or the future of learning, there's one question that I think really matters and that is really important - 'Who's the teacher?' Because 'Who's the teacher' ultimately is a decisive factor in what we learn and how we learn.

Jonathan Weitzman

How will we use stem cells to treat degenerative diseases in the future?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 7
  • Description

    Jonathan Weitzman is the Director of the UMR Epigenetics and Cell Fate in Paris, France

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