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A Meeting of the Minds at the World Science Festival
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A Meeting of the Minds at the World Science Festival

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A Meeting of the Minds at the World Science Festival

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Great science minds from around the world are converging on New York City this week for the five-day World Science Festival.

Brian Greene, co-founder of the World Science Festival, discusses the purpose of the event and what the organizers hope to achieve.

Thomas Jessell and Luis Brus, both winners of the Kavli prizes — a new set of $1 million science prizes for achievements in nanoscience, neuroscience and astrophysics — talk about their work and their experiences at the World Science Festival.

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