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My father, Ju Chin Chu, came to the United States in 1943 to continue his education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in chemical engineering, and two years later, my mother, Ching Chen Li, joined him to study economics. A generation earlier, my mother’s father earned his advanced degrees in civil engineering at Cornell while…more
Interview, December 2019 Steven Chu has devoted a large part of his scientific career to searching for solutions to our climate challenges. Watch this Q&A with Steven Chu on sustainability and climate change, conducted on 7 December 2019. 0.06 – What does sustainability mean to you? 0.34 – What are the present challenges in sustainability?…more
The Future We Want Together 13 September 2022, Singapore How can we make a better future? What can we do to improve people’s lives? What must we not do? The Nobel Prize Dialogue Singapore is a series of frank conversations exploring the best path to a world with improved wellbeing for all.Join us as we bring…more
was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on lasers but today spends much of his time working on new solutions to tackle climate change. Ahead of the on the topic ‘Water matters’ we spoke to Steven about his love of science and how our changing climate is shaping the water on our…more