How many fundamental ideas can you carry out in your life? Ideas done? Michael Doser, CERN, Geneva

Michael Doser, CERN, AEgIS, Geneva, answered to the question in French: “What percentage of ideas are actually carried out?”. He says it’s so difficult to have a good, fundamental idea. So when you have a good one it’s worth to spend 5 or 10 years to carry it out. And as he has had 2 or 3 good ideas he carried out almost 100%. Check out the rest of his answer. His conference talk was about anti-matter: If apples fall down, do anti-apples fall up?

The interview was made at TEDxGeneva, Monday 7 December 2009. Program of TEDxGeneva 2009.
The speakers were François Bugnion, Louis Palmer, Robert Klapisch, Jan-Mathieu Donnier, Frederic Kaplan, Guillaume Massard, Michael Doser, Bruno Giussani, François-Xavier Tanguy, Claude Marshall and Xavier Rosset. Organised by Yves Bennaim.Ideas

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