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  • 1:14:09 Privacy, Ethics, and Social Media: Understanding What You Think You See

    Privacy, Ethics, and Social Media: Understanding What You Think You See

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  • 39:48 Lisa Jackson Speaks at She Roars Conference

    Lisa Jackson Speaks at She Roars Conference

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    In a wide-ranging keynote speech at Princeton's She Roars conference, Environmental Protection Agency chief and Princeton Engineering alumna Lisa Jackson *86 spoke about the historic importance of women's leadership in efforts to safeguard the well-being

  • 1:05:17 Unleashing Innovation: Tackling Environmental Challenges

    Unleashing Innovation: Tackling Environmental Challenges

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    Spirit of Service '76 and the Princeton Environmental Institute examine inventive solutions to environmental problems. Panelists are Terry Cooke '76, Founder, China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, a public-private collaboration in clean energy; Jim H

  • 59:22 EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson speaks at Princeton University: 'A Laboratory of One's Own'

    EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson speaks at Princeton University: 'A Laboratory of One's Own'

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    In 2012, Princeton University awarded its James Madison Medal, the University's highest honor for alumni who earned graduate degrees, to Lisa Jackson, administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.In her address to an audience of hundreds of a

  • 55:39 Stuart Essig: Operating with Confidence: Twenty Years at Integra LifeSciences

    Stuart Essig: Operating with Confidence: Twenty Years at Integra LifeSciences

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    Stuart M. Essig, President and CEO of Integra Life Sciences Holdings Corporation, discusses how the growth of medical device companies is enabled by product innovation, new business creation, geographic expansion and acquisition and product development. H

  • 05:47 Overview of core energy research goals

    Overview of core energy research goals

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    Pablo Debenedetti, vice dean of the Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science, outlines the core mission of Princeton's new Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. Debenedetti's overview is part of a June 9, 2009 workshop aimed at tur

  • 1:13:13 Keller Center lecture: Bill Drayton

    Keller Center lecture: Bill Drayton

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    To celebrate the inauguration of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club's Social Entrepreneurship Initiative, social entrepreneur Bill Drayton, founder and chair of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, gave a lecture titled "How Will You Do in an 'Everyone a C

  • 58:53 Eric Schmidt of Google talks at Princeton about the future of technology

    Eric Schmidt of Google talks at Princeton about the future of technology

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    Google executive Eric Schmidt discusses the future of technology as part of a a three-day conference in honor of the centennial of the birth of Alan Turing, the father of computer science.Featured speakers at the conference, in addition to Schmidt, includ

  • 58:57 Ronald Rivest: The Growth of Cryptography

    Ronald Rivest: The Growth of Cryptography

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    Ronald Rivest, Andrew and Erna Viterbi Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses "The Growth of Cryptography" in a lecture given on the occasion of Princeton University's centennial ce

  • 59:01 Robert Tarjan: Search Tree Mysteries

    Robert Tarjan: Search Tree Mysteries

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    Robert E. Tarjan, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science at Princeton, discusses "Search Tree Mysteries" in a lecture given on the occasion of Princeton University's centennial celebration of Alan Turing. Learn more at w

  • 29:07 Taking Risks and Defining Difference in the American Life Insurance Industry

    Taking Risks and Defining Difference in the American Life Insurance Industry

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    Daniel Bouk, a Princeton Ph.D. candidate in History of Science, describes his dissertation research during the 2009 Hoffman Scholars Honors Presentation.

  • 1:32:14 Keller Center: a panel of engineering deans discusses the future of education

    Keller Center: a panel of engineering deans discusses the future of education

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    The daylong dedication ceremony for the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education included a panel discussion of deans from leading institutions on the role of engineering in society and on future directions in engineering education.Princeton'

  • 10:11 Craig Arnold on energy storage in batteries

    Craig Arnold on energy storage in batteries

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    Craig Arnold, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, presents his research on energy storage in batteries as part of a June 9, 2009, workshop at Princeton University aimed at turning fundamental research into technologies to address

  • 58:31 Emily Carter on computational modeling of materials for energy applications

    Emily Carter on computational modeling of materials for energy applications

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    Emily Carter, the Arthur W. Marks '19 Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics, discusses her research in computational modeling of materials for energy applications. Her presentation is part of a June 9,

  • 1:41:53 Claire Gmachl on lasers for remote sensing

    Claire Gmachl on lasers for remote sensing

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    Claire Gmachl, professor of electrical engineering and director of the Mid-InfraRed Technologies for Health and the Environment center, discusses her research on lasers for remote sensing. Her presentation was part of a June 9, 2009, Princeton University

  • 09:24 Lynn Loo  on plastic solar cells

    Lynn Loo on plastic solar cells

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    Lynn Loo, associate professor of chemical engineering, discusses on her work on plastic solar cells as part of a June 9, 2009, workshop aimed at turning fundamental research into technologies to address the energy challenges of the 21st century. View vide

  • 2:45:51 Energy solutions through industry-university collaboration

    Energy solutions through industry-university collaboration

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    Princeton scientists and energy industry representatives explored possible collaborations at a June 9, 2009, workshop aimed at turning fundamental research into technologies to address the energy challenges of the 21st century.Learn more at http://www.pri

  • 1:26:09 Zhang Yue: A Sustainable Building Revolution: Chinese-Style

    Zhang Yue: A Sustainable Building Revolution: Chinese-Style

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    Zhang Yue, one of China's best-known business leaders and advocates of sustainable building practices, discusses the fundamental principles of energy-efficient buildings, the economic and environmental value of non-electric air conditioning, and his visio

  • 58:41 Brian O'Kelley: Three Failures and a (Big) Success: The Evolution of a Startup CEO

    Brian O'Kelley: Three Failures and a (Big) Success: The Evolution of a Startup CEO

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    AppNexus CEO Brian O'Kelley charmingly and candidly describes his entrepreneurial exploits in this talk titled "Three Failures and a (Big) Success: The Evolution of a Startup CEO."From O'Kelley's AppNexus bio: "Brian O'Kelley is best known for creating th

  • 55:52 Naomi Leonard: Flocks and Fleets: Collective Motion in Nature and Robotics

    Naomi Leonard: Flocks and Fleets: Collective Motion in Nature and Robotics

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    Naomi Ehrich Leonard's talk on "Flocks and Fleets: Collective Motion in Nature and Robotics" was part of Princeton's annual President's Lecture Series. Leonard describes efforts to understand how these natural groups move in patterns that seem highly chor

  • 1:11:16 Richard Wakeford: Tomorrow's Rural World

    Richard Wakeford: Tomorrow's Rural World

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    Rural areas, frequently described as disadvantaged, remote, and economically challenged are, according to Richard Wakeford, the very sites on which the future society will depend. Able to provide quality food, clean water, and renewable energy sources rur

  • 1:16:02 Technology Commercialization Panel: Taking University Inventions to Market

    Technology Commercialization Panel: Taking University Inventions to Market

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    A Keller Center panel discussion on technology commercialization of university scientific and engineering inventions. The panel is moderated by Professor Ed Zschau, who has been an entrepreneur and a venture capital investor, as well as a two-term U.S. co

  • 46:46 John Drzik: Financial engineering and operations research

    John Drzik: Financial engineering and operations research

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    John Drzik, president of the management consulting firm Oliver Wyman, discusses the global financial crisis as he delivers the keynote address at the 10-year anniversary celebration of Princeton's Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineerin

  • 1:29:01 Entrepreneurial CEOs discuss innovation at Princeton

    Entrepreneurial CEOs discuss innovation at Princeton

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    David Fialkow, a managing director of General Catalyst Partners, moderates a panel of entrepreneurial CEOs, who share their experiences and answer questions about starting ventures. Panelists include Avner Ronen of Boxee, Hilmar Pétursson of CCP, a

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