Vince Ebert is a graduate physicist, science cabaret artist and best-selling author. His aim is to convey scientific connections with the laws of humour. Since 2004 he has successfully performed on German-speaking stages, most recently with his tour, "Zukunft Is the Future," and with his English show "Sexy Science." On ARD, the German public broadcasting service, he regularly hosts the show "Wissen vor acht – Werkstatt."
In a Two-Person Tent with Richard Branson (and Hannibal Lecter)
Creativity is neither “nice” nor “eccentric” – but unpleasant, resistant, and sometimes even lethal. It should be given space, regardless.
The maintenance of our greatest cultural achievement requires constant work on our skills. You have to decide which one it’s going to be: “Ick bin ein Berliner,” or rather, “Senk you for travelling viz Deutsche…