The lecture series attracted over 200 secondary students, teachers and visitors this year. Professor Xia Jiang of Department of Chemistry kicked-off the lecture by introducing the evolution of enzymes and the phage display of peptides and antibodies. Dr. Iris Pang of the School of Life Sciences then took audience on a journey to the discovery of cancer therapy and illustrated how to take brakes off the immune system to attack caner. Professor Wang Dajun of the Department of Physics concluded the lecture by discussing the groundbreaking inventions of laser physics, radiation pressure, optical tweezers and their application to biological systems, ultrafast laser, chirped power amplification and high-intensity pulses. Besides attractive explanatory slides, audiences were also fascinated by the elaborative videos selected by professors to illustrate the interesting theories and ideas.