Frontiers Forum 2019 – Science Unlimited
The Frontiers Forum brings together 400+ top global scientists and other thought leaders. The full 2019 program provided a valuable opportunity for the Frontiers community to see and discuss the latest in Open Science.
The 2019 Science Unlimited event showcased inspiring developments powering our world of tomorrow, from world leading experts on health, longevity, sustainability and more. See the speakers below and watch their full talk videos.
Claire Kremen believes protected areas are not enough to preserve our planet’s species and habitats. She shows a complementary approach that helps save biodiversity in the spaces people share with nature.
Matthew McCabe collects high-resolution data from drones and shoe-box satellites. He demonstrates how this advanced aerial imaging, combined with machine learning, is fueling a digital transformation in agriculture.
Anne Bowser is helping to launch the world’s largest coordinated citizen science campaign. She describes how millions of people will collect and share data on air and water quality, biodiversity, climate change and health.
Several paraplegics can now walk again thanks to Grégoire Courtine’s wireless implants. He illustrates the technology behind this breakthrough, plus the next steps to develop commonly available treatments.
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Daniel Petrariu talks about how the Frontiers Open Science platform enables its award-winning, rigorous peer review process while providing maximum data insights, and how AIRA (our Artificial Intelligence Review Assistant) supports editors and staff in making the best decisions throughout the process.