Basar Molekular: The Talk
The purpose of this 2-hour live-program is to stimulate an interdisciplinary discourse between the scientific community and society. The next Basar Molekular will take place in Basel on 27 October. Join us at Sud for the live talk or tune in to hear Basar Molekular on your favourite radio station.
Leading members of the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering team discuss (non-) scientific issues with opinion leaders, public figures and personalities from the arts, sports, the private sector, politics, and with the live-audience for this radio production. "Basar Molekular. Der Wissens Talk" is an NCCR-Ethics event and takes place twice a year.
NEW: In 2016, we welcome you to Sud, our new venue for Basar Molekular. The talk on 27 Ocotber 2016 will start - as always - at 7.20 pm (Sud, Burgweg 7, Basel, near "Wettsteinplatz"/tram No. 2).
“Basar Molekular. Der Wissens Talk” on Molecular Systems Engineering is broad-casted on the following stations and frequencies:
Hear the podcast of the last Basar Molekular (Feb. 2016).
25 February 2016
Guests at the first Basar Molekular at the new venue Sud in Basel were Permi Jhooti (first female soccer professional and inspiration for the movie “Bend it like Beckham”), Eric Gujer (editor-in-chief of Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Thomas R. Ward and Sai Reddy (both are researchers and project leaders of the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering). With musical intermissions by Roli Frei. Hear the podcast.
25 October 2015
Anita Fetz (Council of States member representing Basel-Stadt since 2003), Felix Gmür (who, as the bishop of Basel, leads the largest Swiss diocese since 2011), Stefan Gubser (TV- and theater-actor, aka "Kommissar Reto Flückiger in the Swiss episodes of the Sunday-night favourite "Tatort") and our own Daniel Müller (Professor of Biophysics at ETH Zurich/D-BSSE and Co-Driector of this NCCR. The “Surprise Strassenchor” provided the musical intermissions. Hear the podcast.
12 February 2015
Moritz Leuenberger (former politician), Karin Müller (journalist) and Sven Panke and Wolfgang Meier (both NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering) discussed, while Basel's "The Dennerclan" laid the soundtrack.
Read more here about the previous talks.