Nadja Oertelt

Nadja is one of the co-founders of Massive. She is a science media producer, documentary filmmaker and former research scientist in neuroscience and paleoanthropology.

2 reports

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Opening Our Minds

Join five scientists as they explain the research behind new psychedelic treatments for mental illnesses

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You Don't Know GMOs

We've gathered a team of geneticists, biologists, and environmental scientists to bring you the most up-to-date report on the science, history, and safety of genetically-modified organisms.

12 articles

Where is the boundary between life and death?

Watch the first episode of our animated Frankenstein series, Reanimation!

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How can life and intelligence emerge from chaos?

Watch the second episode of our animated Frankenstein series, Reanimation!

The risks and rewards of genetic engineering, animated

Pioneering biologist David Baltimore on the ethical quandary of engineering 'cures'

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Massive's New Brain Waves ๐Ÿ‘‹

Introducing our cohort of neuroscientist writers

Physicist Max Tegmark explains why AI will help humanity flourish

"There's no law of physics that says we can't build machines more intelligent than we are"

Meet the "First Lady of Physics," "Queen of Nuclear Research," and destroyer of natural laws

Chien-Shiung Wu conducted some of the most elegant particle physics experiments of her time

Meet the chemist who engineered the first effective treatment of leprosy

Alice Augusta Ballโ€™s died at the age of 24. Ninety years later, we finally started recognizing her contributions.

Will it ever be possible to measure subjective experience?

A animated journey into the questions of consciousness posed by Christof Koch and David Chalmers

Dreaming and wakefulness are two ways of being yourself

The definition of consciousness is harder to pin down than you might think, argues cognitive neuroscientist Elizaveta Solomonova.

Condensed Matters: Science in Short

Learn about the standard model, dark matter and consciousness in less than 6 minutes.

The sublime, dark depths of the unknown universe, animated

How do you visualize something that, by definition, canโ€™t be seen?

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