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available lectures (total: 42)
TitleSpeaker(s)Location/HostDateDuration
Stem Cell Challenges in Biology and Public PolicyDouglas MeltonPrinceton2007-04-1001:17:53
How the human genome project reveals our evolutionary pastSteve DorusUniversity of Bath2008-03-1100:46:17
Conflict and cooperation in the family life of birdsTamas SzekelyUniversity of Bath2007-10-1300:19:11
Craig Venter @ Pop!Tech 2006Craig VenterPop!Tech200600:23:01
In Service to Society: Energy & HealthJay Keasling Dan KammenBerkeley2007-10-1300:00:00
The Unnatural History of the SeaCallum RobertsMuseum of Natural History2007-10-2600:45:07
Biotechnology in the 21st CenturyMalcolm DandoBerkeley2007-04-1801:20:20
Synthetic Biology: From Bugs to Drugs and FuelsJay KeaslingBerkeley2007-04-2100:40:26
Secrets: The Ethics of Concealment and the Ethics of Science in Synthetic Biological ResearchLaurie ZolothBerkeley2007-04-1101:18:12
Biophilic Design: Opening the Door to NatureStephen KellertYale2007-02-2100:08:00
It's Not Easy Being a FrogDavid SkellyYale2007-02-2100:09:00
Global Change, Extinctions and the New Age of DiscoveryMichael DonoghueYale2006-09-3000:24:00
Global Change, Extinctions, and the New Age of Discovery: Ornithologist’s Bird’s-eye ViewRichard PrumYale1969-12-3100:14:00
Global Change, Extinctions and the New Age of DiscoveryLisa CurranYale2006-09-3000:10:00
Animal EmotionsMichael FoxLibrary of Congress2003-11-0300:57:00
The Origin of LifeJohn Maynard SmithSussex University199500:58:59
It's Every Monkey for ThemselvesVanessa WoodsANU2007-03-0700:37:16
Cowboy Cloners: The Ethics & Morality Of Scientific CommunitiesPeter GlasnerANU2006-09-20
Marcia McNutt @ Pop!Tech 2005Marcia McNuttPop!Tech200500:30:08
Linked: Networks from Biology to the World Wide WebAlbert-Laszlo BarabasiWellesley2005-09-2701:16:42
Robert Klein: A Conversation on Stem Cell ResearchRobert KleinBerkeley2006-02-0801:21:26
Structure of the living cellIain CampbellRoyal Society
Why we cooperateMartin NowakRoyal Society
Genes, worms and the new geneticsJulie AhringerRoyal Society2004-11-24
Why creationism is wrong and evolution is rightSteve JonesRoyal Society
Microscopy goes cold: frozen viruses reveal their structural secretsTony CrowtherRoyal Society
A silent killer?Fran BalkwillRoyal Society
Adventures in vascular biologySalvador MoncadaRoyal Society2005-05-10
Why life speeds up as you get olderDouwe DraaismaRoyal Society
Magnetic brain stimulation: what can it tell us about brain function?Alan CoweyRoyal Society2004-11-09
Deciphering diseaseDario AlessiRoyal Society
Beyond the human genome projectEric LanderRoyal Society2005
The role of Sustainability MetricsRichard DartonRoyal Society
Pain and Suffering: Studying the human conditionChris EcclestonUniversity of Bath2006-03-1500:52:23
A Path to a Far Mountain: Stem Cell Culture & Tissue EngineeringJulian ChaudhuriUniversity of Bath2006-01-0300:56:05
Wiring the Nervous System From Tip to Toe: How Do Neurons Go to and Fro?Lindsay HinckUC Santa Cruz2005-05-0300:54:49
A Short History of Nearly EverythingBill BrysonRoyal Society2005-03-1000:32:20
How Bacteria TALK to Each OtherBonnie BasslerPrinceton2005-10-1701:04:10
The Cell Cycle and CancerAngelika AmonMIT2006-06-0700:55:50
Animal Models of CancerJacqueline LeesMIT2006-06-0701:05:12
Nanotechnology and the Study of Human DiseasesSubra SureshMIT2006-06-1000:42:23
The Implications of Synthetic BiologyAndrew EndyMIT2006-03-2101:04:57