Video Lectures for the Science Mind

We talk a good deal here about free uni­ver­si­ty cours­es and lec­tures, and most­ly we end up talk­ing about the human­i­ties. But here’s a good excuse to talk about the sci­ences, and par­tic­u­lar­ly about com­put­er sci­ence. A project start­ed in Slove­nia, pro­vides “free and open access of high qual­i­ty video lec­tures pre­sent­ed by dis­tin­guished schol­ars and sci­en­tists at the most impor­tant and promi­nent events…” Among the most pop­u­lar lec­tures, you’ll find lec­tures along these lines: Fuzzy Log­ic, Where the Social Web Meets the Seman­tic Web, and an Inter­view with Tim Bern­ers Lee. But, you’ll also stum­ble upon a few non-sci­en­tif­ic talks giv­en by some well known names. Take for exam­ple Noam Chom­sky (Force, law and the prospects of sur­vival) and Umber­to Eco (On The His­to­ry of Ugli­ness).

For more uni­ver­si­ty con­tent, vis­it our Uni­ver­si­ty Pod­cast Col­lec­tion and our list of Free Online Cours­es, which includes a good deal of sci­en­tif­ic con­tent. Also see our Sci­ence Pod­cast Col­lec­tion.

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