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- March 18, 2015
- April 23, 2014
- November 5, 2013
- March 14, 2013
- November 8, 2012
- April 12, 2012
- October 6, 2011
- April 21, 2011
- November 16, 2010
- October 13, 2010
- April 14, 2010
- February 17, 2010
- November 18, 2009
- September 30, 2009
- April 22, 2009
- February 18, 2009
- November 19, 2008
- September 24, 2008
- April 17, 2008
- February 28, 2008
- November 15, 2007
- October 4, 2007
Power Potential - Geothermal Energy: How hard can it be?
March 18, 2015
Matt Becker, PhD - Department of Geological Sciences
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Kelp Watch 2014
April 23, 2014
Steven L. Manley, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Kai Vetter, PhD - Department of Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
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Great White Sharks
November 5, 2013
Chris Lowe, PhD - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Manny Ezcurra - Monterey Bay Aquarium
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Cosmic Secrets Unlocked: The bright and dark sides of our universe.
March 14, 2013
Prashanth Jaikumar, PhD - Department of Physics & Astronomy
Michele Vallisneri, PhD - Department of Physics, California Institute of Technology
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And you thought collagen was just for smoothing wrinkles!
November 8, 2012
Katarzyna Slowinska, PhD - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Coastal Wetland Restoration: How Do We Define Success?
April 12, 2012
Christine Whitcraft, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Bengt Allen, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
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Anticipating the Big One: How do we know when, where and what to expect.
October 6, 2011
Nathan Onderdonk, PhD - Department of Geological Sciences
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The Nature of Climate Change: Lessons from the past, as we move into the future
April 21, 2011
Richard J. Behl, PhD - Department of Geological Sciences
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Could this "Trojan Horse" help end the war on Alzheimer's? Designing nanovehicles disguised as "good cholesterol" to deliver a bioflavonoid "nutraceutical" across the blood-brain barrier
November 16, 2010
Vasanthy Narayanaswami, PhD - Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
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A Promising Future: Stem cell research is opening doors to advances in medicine as well as careers for new scientists in the workforce
October 13, 2010
Lisa Klig, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Elizabeth Eldon, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
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Sex, Drugs, and Radical Chemistry: Radical solutions to removing drugs and personal care contaminants from treated wastewater
April 14, 2010
Kevin Kelley, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Stephen Mezyk, PhD - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Fishing for Answers: How managing sex change in California Sheephead ensures this heart-healthy fish can remain on our plates, as well as in our oceans
February 17, 2010
Chris Lowe, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Kelly Young, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
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Feeding the World: Maximizing food and biofuel production through plant genetics
November 18, 2009
Simon T. Malcomber, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
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Dr. Brian Livingston, Biology Chair
Malcomber making his presentation about grains
To Your Health! How basic research on the tiny brine shrimp has led to commercial applications with big impacts on human health
September 30, 2009
Roger Acey, PhD - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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MGP and Metallothionein and Artemia slideshows used during presentation.
Dr. Jeffrey Cohlberg, Chemistry Chair
Acey holding his topic: brine shrimp
Could it Happen Here? Expecting the unexpected earthquake in Long Beach
April 22, 2009
Robert Francis, PhD - Department of Geological Sciences
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How Math Explains the World: Why the garage can never get your car repaired on time
February 18, 2009
James Stein, PhD - Department of Mathematics and Statistics
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The Science You "Know" That Just Ain't So: Shining a Light on Science Misconceptions
November 19, 2008
Susan Gomez-Zwiep, PhD - Department of Science Education
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Flight of the Lipids: Can an insect protein provide answers to human health
September 24, 2008
Paul Weers, PhD - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Quest for Physics' Holy Grail: Atomic MRI
April 17, 2008
Mladen Barbic, PhD - Department of Physics and Astronomy
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Steve Chesser, Dean Kingsford, Barbic
Barbic making his presentation
Bird's-Eye View: Building a Better Scarecrow
February 28, 2008
Esteban Fernandez-Juricic, PhD - Department of Biological Sciences
Sponsored by ISTA Pharmaceuticals
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Bird's-Eye View Audience.
Dr. Eveland, Dr. Merryfield, Fernandez-Juricic, Dean Kingsford.
Fernandez-Juricic with lab student, Collen O'Rourke.
Dr. Henriques, Sue Parsons, Dr. Caroyln Chambers.
November 15, 2007
Stanley Finney, PhD - Department of Geological Sciences
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Alumni, Jim Miller, President of Brown & Caldwell.
Dean Kingsford, Provost Karen Gould, Sue Ollweiler, Dr. Finney.
Presenter, Finney, happily recieves check from the Carl W. Johnson Foundation.
Defying Gravity! The Art of Juggling or Is it Science?
October 4, 2007
William Murray, PhD - Department of Mathematics and Statistics
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Elizabeth Collier and her math students.
Dean Kingsford; Murray, presenter; President Alexander.
Murray explains juggling patterns.
Murray acts out juggling patterns!