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Can science save the world?

Sergio Doplicher

March 20th at 2.30 pm 

SISSA, Main Lecture Hall

Quantum mechanics has shown to man the limits of rational thought and in the same way as other great scientific revolutions has changed his role within Nature. A theme that has been addressed on March 20th by Sergio Doplicher in a public conference held at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste.

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Black holes and Einstein's enigmatic prediction

Frans Pretorius

February 27th, 2:30 p.m.

SISSA - Main Lecture Hall 

The equations of General Relativity have been solved only in very simple cases. Frans Pretorius of Princeton University held at SISSA a public conference to illustrate the innovative method he has employed to obtain solutions of Einstein's General Relativity in realistic problems for modern astrophysics like, for instance, the collision of black holes.

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The building blocks of empathy

Jean Decety

September 20, 2012

SISSA - Main Lecture Hall

Empathy is what makes us human: it is the ability to reflect ourselves in other people's emotions and what creates that fundamental cohesion at the basis of our society. The ability to be empathic originates in our brain, in ancient and basic structures making up the material of which even very complex forms of empathy are made.

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