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A highlight from Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

A highlight from Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

A highlight from Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

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A highlight from Prof. Lance Dixon of Stanford University on the connection between gravity and subnuclear forces

A highlight from Prof. Lance Dixon of Stanford University on the connection between gravity and subnuclear forces

A highlight from Prof. Lance Dixon of Stanford University on the connection between gravity and subnuclear forces

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A highlight from Prof. Claudia Goldin of Harvard on Career & Family: Womens Century Long Journey Toward Equity

A highlight from Prof. Claudia Goldin of Harvard on Career & Family: Womens Century Long Journey Toward Equity

A highlight from Prof. Claudia Goldin of Harvard on Career & Family: Womens Century Long Journey Toward Equity

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A highlight from Prof. Keith Riles of the University of Michigan on Continuous Gravitational Waves

A highlight from Prof. Keith Riles of the University of Michigan on Continuous Gravitational Waves

A highlight from Prof. Keith Riles of the University of Michigan on Continuous Gravitational Waves

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A highlight from Dr. Carol Gould and Dr. Ian Williams on the history of Pink Floyd

A highlight from Dr. Carol Gould and Dr. Ian Williams on the history of Pink Floyd

A highlight from Dr. Carol Gould and Dr. Ian Williams on the history of Pink Floyd

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A highlight from Mr. Steve Hoffman of Founders Space on how technology is shaping our future

A highlight from Mr. Steve Hoffman of Founders Space on how technology is shaping our future

A highlight from Mr. Steve Hoffman of Founders Space on how technology is shaping our future

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A highlight from Prof. Wendy Freedman of the University of Chicago on the tension on Hubble Constant measurements

A highlight from Prof. Wendy Freedman of the University of Chicago on the tension on Hubble Constant measurements

A highlight from Prof. Wendy Freedman of the University of Chicago on the tension on Hubble Constant measurements

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A highlight from Prof. Vardit Ravitsky of the University of Montreal on the ethics of genetic testing & communication

A highlight from Prof. Vardit Ravitsky of the University of Montreal on the ethics of genetic testing & communication

A highlight from Prof. Vardit Ravitsky of the University of Montreal on the ethics of genetic testing & communication

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A highlight from Prof. Gianluca Carnabuci of ESMT Berlin on Innovation

A highlight from Prof. Gianluca Carnabuci of ESMT Berlin on Innovation

A highlight from Prof. Gianluca Carnabuci of ESMT Berlin on Innovation

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Chicago, Michael And Congress discussed on Scientific Sense

Chicago, Michael And Congress discussed on Scientific Sense

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A highlight from Prof. Michael Gibbs of the University of Chicago on working from Home

A highlight from Prof. Michael Gibbs of the University of Chicago on working from Home

A highlight from Prof. Michael Gibbs of the University of Chicago on working from Home

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A highlight from Dr. Christof Koch of Allen Institute on the architecture of the brain and consciousness

A highlight from Dr. Christof Koch of Allen Institute on the architecture of the brain and consciousness

A highlight from Dr. Christof Koch of Allen Institute on the architecture of the brain and consciousness

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A highlight from Prof. Dean Buonomano of UCLA on the biology of time

A highlight from Prof. Dean Buonomano of UCLA on the biology of time

A highlight from Prof. Dean Buonomano of UCLA on the biology of time

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A highlight from Prof. Garance Genicot of Georgetown University on aspirations, inequality, networks and elections

A highlight from Prof. Garance Genicot of Georgetown University on aspirations, inequality, networks and elections

A highlight from Prof. Garance Genicot of Georgetown University on aspirations, inequality, networks and elections

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Gautam Menon of Ashoka University on the dynamics of COVID spread and policies in India

A highlight from Prof. Gautam Menon of Ashoka University on the dynamics of COVID spread and policies in India

A highlight from Prof. Gautam Menon of Ashoka University on the dynamics of COVID spread and policies in India

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. James Hughes of the University of Massachusetts on public policy, sociology and ethics

A highlight from Prof. James Hughes of the University of Massachusetts on public policy, sociology and ethics

A highlight from Prof. James Hughes of the University of Massachusetts on public policy, sociology and ethics

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Amy Orsborn of the University of Washington on brain-machine interfaces

A highlight from Prof. Amy Orsborn of the University of Washington on brain-machine interfaces

A highlight from Prof. Amy Orsborn of the University of Washington on brain-machine interfaces

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Teresa Fort, Associate of Dartmouth College on the decline in US manufacturing

A highlight from Prof. Teresa Fort, Associate of Dartmouth College on the decline in US manufacturing

A highlight from Prof. Teresa Fort, Associate of Dartmouth College on the decline in US manufacturing

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Gabriele Veneziano of Collge de France on the Quantum Universe and String Theory

A highlight from Prof. Gabriele Veneziano of Collge de France on the Quantum Universe and String Theory

A highlight from Prof. Gabriele Veneziano of Collge de France on the Quantum Universe and String Theory

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Gina Poe of UCLA on Sleep

A highlight from Prof. Gina Poe of UCLA on Sleep

A highlight from Prof. Gina Poe of UCLA on Sleep

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Maria Roche of Harvard Business School on the impact of inter-personal exchange on innovation

A highlight from Prof. Maria Roche of Harvard Business School on the impact of inter-personal exchange on innovation

A highlight from Prof. Maria Roche of Harvard Business School on the impact of inter-personal exchange on innovation

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Dr. Murad Banaji is a Mathematician of Middlesex University on the statistics of COVID in India

A highlight from Dr. Murad Banaji is a Mathematician of Middlesex University on the statistics of COVID in India

A highlight from Dr. Murad Banaji is a Mathematician of Middlesex University on the statistics of COVID in India

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Selva Nadarajah of the University of Illinois, Chicago on Real Options

A highlight from Prof. Selva Nadarajah of the University of Illinois, Chicago on Real Options

A highlight from Prof. Selva Nadarajah of the University of Illinois, Chicago on Real Options

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Katarina Juselius of the University of Copenhagen on Searching for a Theory That Fits the Data

A highlight from Prof. Katarina Juselius of the University of Copenhagen on Searching for a Theory That Fits the Data

A highlight from Prof. Katarina Juselius of the University of Copenhagen on Searching for a Theory That Fits the Data

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from Prof. Maja Matari of USC on human-robot interaction methods for behavior change.

A highlight from Prof. Maja Matari of USC on human-robot interaction methods for behavior change.

A highlight from Prof. Maja Matari of USC on human-robot interaction methods for behavior change.

Aired 2 months ago