Happy Thanksgiving weekend in Germany, and for your good suggestion for a Google + Hangout to generate conversation about the need for WUaS, or what problem is WUaS trying to solve in your language.
If people are interested in degrees from MIT, I think they'll be interested in free, Creative Commons' licensed, STEM-focused, MIT OCW-centric bachelor, Ph.D., I.B., law and M.D. degrees, and in many countries and languages ... and this could be a good proposition to focus such discussion in a hangout. Matriculating overachieving students (Germans, too) to the free, online, MIT-centric bachelor's degree course of study in English in 2014 is WUaS's focus presently. And while entrepreneurship is part of this focus, with our Business Plan, WUaS also plans to generate a worldwide, MIT-centric, knowledge-oriented conversation.
WUaS is also somewhat Quaker-informed in terms of making education available worldwide as a service, and especially good science education.
I enjoyed your video, - http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=LWk6sLxQlN8 - and think you understand what Americans in particular are attuned to both in terms of surveys/studies, and cost focus, in offering opportunities for new science. I added the video to two WUaS pages, and right next to Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust's moderation of a panel on genetics at Harvard, on one page:
I also added your co-authored paper in WikiGenes - http://www.wikigenes.org/e/
mesh/e/27630.html - to some of the above WUaS pages.
I think President Drew Faust has a particular interest in Genetics and Genomics, - and as a historian of the American Civil War. Why not try to make contact / network with her?
WUaS plans to become a first tier university, a MIT/Harvard of the internet, and would like to come into communication with the presidents of Harvard/ Faust, MIT/ Reif, Stanford/ Hennessey, Yale/ Salovey (incoming), Princeton/ Tilghman (outgoing) and Cambridge/ Sainsbury and perhaps a best university in Germany (what would you suggest?) - especially vis-a-vis sharing of library resources, and similar exchanges.
The next Startup Boards' WUaS student Board business meetings are on December 1 and 15. And you're welcome to participate in the actual WUaS monthly business meeting on December 8th.