I've a confession from my inner-nerd. When I'm at the airport and browsing through the offerings at Hudson News, while most people's in-air guilty pleasure reading tends to lean toward, say, In Touch or Star magazine, I usually find myself ending up with a copy of SEED magazine, which is odd considering I am not a science buff. I do, however, find the intersection of science and design to be a more useful tool for keeping myself awake on flights. And so, I share this food for thought: SEED magazine has just posted The Seed Design Series, a collection of videos from the magazine's science and design conference held in conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art, where a selection of speakers explored, among other things, the intersection between science and design and architecture. Click through to see the full roster.