A full playlist of symposium session presentations may be found here.

Organizer: Nia Imara, University of California, Santa Cruz
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Life, and how to find it, Clara Sousa-Silva, Bard College
SPEAKER: The Faraway Nearby: Measuring Exoplanet Atmospheres with JWST, Munazza Alam, Carnegie Science
SPEAKER: Exoplanet Hunters: The Collaborative Search for the Expected Unexpected with JWST, Caprice Phillips, Ohio State University

Organizer: Lindsey Macpherson, The University of Texas at San Antonio
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Diverse Sensory Systems Shape Perception of Our World, Corey Allard, Harvard University
SPEAKER: Echo-Acoustic Behavior and Brain Activity in People, Lore Thaler, Durham University
SPEAKER: Sensing and Action Across Time and Space, Melville Wohlgemuth, University of Arizona

Organizers: Félicie Albert, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Ricardo Perez Truglia, University of California, Berkeley
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: The Impact of the COVID19 Pandemic on Mental Health, Lee Chambers, Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing
SPEAKER: Allostatic Load: The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health across the Academy, Jessica Malisch, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
SPEAKER: The “Wicked” Challenge of Worsening Youth Mental Health – Pandemic Impacts and Beyond, Hasina Samji, Simon Fraser University

Organizer: Félicie Albert, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Nuclear Fusion Energy, Richard Magee, TAE Technologies
SPEAKER: Igniting the Future with Magnetic Fusion Energy, Cami Collins, Oakridge National Laboratory
SPEAKER: Target Gain >1 from Inertial Confinement Fusion Implosions at the National Ignition Facility, Arthur Pak, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Organizer: Lisa Beutler, Northwestern University
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Piloting the Cancer Moonshot: Advances in Immuno-oncology, Marcia Paddock, Calico Life Sciences
SPEAKER: Understanding the Tumor Immune Microenvironment, Mark Headley, Fred Hutch Cancer Center
SPEAKER: Bridging Synthetic Immunology and Genome Editing to Advance T Cell Therapies, Joseph Muldoon, University of California, San Francisco

Organizer: Jason Williams, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Protein Structure Prediction: Past, Present, and Future, Lauren Porter, National Institutes of Health
SPEAKER: Recent Advancements in Protein Structure Prediction, Sergey Ovchinnikov, Harvard University
SPEAKER: Viruses Can Be Beneficial Too – Understanding and Engineering Bacterial Viruses, Vatsan Raman, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Organizer: Srijan Kumar, Georgia Institute of Technology
INTRODUCTORY SPEAKER: Interpretability and Robustness in Machine Learning: State-of-the-art, Opportunities, and Challenges, Hima Lakkaraju, Harvard University
SPEAKER: Explaining and Testing Black-box Machine Learning, Sameer Singh, University of California, Irvine
SPEAKER: Emerging Challenges and Risks of Language-Based AI Systems, Tatsunori Hashimoto, Stanford University

The Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium is sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences. Major support is provided by the Kavli Foundation. Additional funding from the National Academy of Sciences.