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  • 1:30:25 Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution

    Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution

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    On September 27th, 2012 the Stanford Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School welcomed legal scholar Stanley Fish to campus for a discussion on "Academic Freedom: From Profession to Revolution."

  • 1:16:18 The Frinky Science of the Human Mind

    The Frinky Science of the Human Mind

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    (July 11, 2009) Baba Shiv delves into the surprising workings of the brain during his lecture. "Frinky", a combination of "freaky" and "funky" was an apt descriptor for the mental experiments he describes. Deftly incorporating the anatomy of the brain, Sh

  • 1:14:25 Scientific Pluralism and the Mission of History and Philosophy of Science

    Scientific Pluralism and the Mission of History and Philosophy of Science

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    Inaugural Lecture by Professor Hasok Chang, Hans Rausing Professor of History and Philosophy of Science.This lecture was part of the Departmental Seminars in History and Philosophy of Science series and took place on 11 October 2012.

  • 1:12:52 Darwin Days: Evolution and the Life Sciences

    Darwin Days: Evolution and the Life Sciences

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    A panel discussion on evolutionary research

  • 1:53:26 Joseph Stiglitz on Macroeconomics in Crisis

    Joseph Stiglitz on Macroeconomics in Crisis

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    Presentation by Professor Joseph Stiglitz at CERGE-EI on October 11, 2011, titled "Restoring Growth and Stability in a World of Crisis and Contagion: Lessons from Economic Theory and History".

  • 1:30:17 Innovations in Mental Health Research: panel event at ANU

    Innovations in Mental Health Research: panel event at ANU

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    Over the last two years we have seen an increased budget allocated to the areas of mental health, however, critics argue that the process is moving too slowly and that there are too many gaps in implementation. Furthermore, one might ask, why is it that i

  • 58:06 Understanding research impact on policy panel discussion at ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Understanding research impact on policy panel discussion at ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Paul Harris of HC Coombs Policy Forum at ANU, Associate Professor Matthew Desmond of Harvard Kennedy School, Professor Glenn Loury of Brown University, Professor Bruce Western of Harvard Kennedy School and Dr Subho Banerjee take part in this panel discuss

  • 1:28:09 Keynes and the Crisis of Capitalism

    Keynes and the Crisis of Capitalism

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    Speaker: Professor Lord SkidelskyChair: Professor Mary KaldorThis event was recorded on 7 October 2009 in Old Theatre, Old BuildingRobert Skidelsky is Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at the University of Warwick. His three-volume biography of the

  • 1:46:26 The Best Kept Secret of the Legal System

    The Best Kept Secret of the Legal System

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    How a Medical Practitioner can operate outside the Public Domain using a 1st &14th Private Membership Association.

  • 1:04:47 How does the brain generate consciousness? Baroness Susan Greenfield: ANU

    How does the brain generate consciousness? Baroness Susan Greenfield: ANU

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    Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE Hon FRCP, Member, House of Lords, United Kingdom, Professor of Synaptic Pharmacology, Lincoln College, Oxford University presents this lecture: How does the brain generate consciousness? This video was recorded at The Austral

  • 1:05:51 Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope

    Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope

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    In 1609, Galileo constructed the first powerful telescope and started observing the heavens, which led to many monumental discoveries. He published his initial findings on the moon and the stars in 1610 in a brief treatise titled "Sidereus Nuncius" ("Star

  • 1:25:12 Behind the closed doors of The Vatican

    Behind the closed doors of The Vatican

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    Get a glimpse of what's happening behind the closed doors of the Vatican

  • 1:46:56 Evolution: How We Know it Happened & Why it Matters (with Dr. Donald Prothero)

    Evolution: How We Know it Happened & Why it Matters (with Dr. Donald Prothero)

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    THE HOTTEST CULTURAL CONTROVERSY OF 2005 was the Intelligent Design challenge to the theory of evolution, being played out in classrooms and courtrooms across America. The crux of the argument made by proponents of Intelligent Design is that the theory of

  • 1:05:14 Human Evolution: Tracing Our Origins with DNA

    Human Evolution: Tracing Our Origins with DNA

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    Michael Hammer, Research Scientist, Division of Biotechnology and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology discusses the latest discoveries about the origin of our species, including the intriguing possibility of interbreeding between our ancestors

  • 1:12:00 DNA expert Sean Carroll: "Evolutionary Developmental Biology"

    DNA expert Sean Carroll: "Evolutionary Developmental Biology"

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    Watch video of DNA expert Sean Carroll delivering the final lecture in the 2006-2007 Chancellor's Lecture Series, "Evolutionary Developmental Biology."Carroll helped develop the science of "evo devo" - or evolutionary developmental biology - which examine

  • 1:52:40 The Challenge of Communicating Computational Research

    The Challenge of Communicating Computational Research

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    Computational approaches to scholarship have revolutionized how research is done but have at the same time complicated the process of disseminating the results of that research. Conclusions may be produced using mathematical models or custom software that

  • 1:33:59 Session III: Searching for Answers with Randomized Experiments

    Session III: Searching for Answers with Randomized Experiments

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    Session III: Searching for Answers with Randomized Experiments, with Abhijit Banerjee, MIT and Angus Deaton, Princeton University and Woodrow Wilson School

  • 51:51 'Research for the Public Good' book talk

    'Research for the Public Good' book talk

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    Join Elaine Wethington and Rachel Dunifon for a September 27, 2012 talk about their new book, "Research for the Public Good: Applying the Methods of Translational Research to Improve Human Health and Well-Being," as part of Mann Library's Chats in the Sta

  • 49:28 'VIVO' book talk

    'VIVO' book talk

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    Join Jon Corson-Rikert, Brian Lowe and Dean Krafft for a February 21, 2013 talk about, "VIVO," as part of Mann Library's Chats in the Stacks series.

  • 1:11:15 U2's Bono Speaks at GU Global Social Enterprise Event

    U2's Bono Speaks at GU Global Social Enterprise Event

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    Musician and activist Bono spoke to more than 700 Georgetown students and leaders in the corporate, nonprofit and political sectors on Nov. 12 at an event hosted by the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown's McDonough School of Busines

  • 1:13:07 Dr. Jamie K. Scott: Vaccination And The Challenge Of Highly-mutable Pathogens For Vaccine Design

    Dr. Jamie K. Scott: Vaccination And The Challenge Of Highly-mutable Pathogens For Vaccine Design

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    September 25, 2008 SFU Canada Research Chairs Seminar Series "Vaccination and the challenge of highly-mutable pathogens for vaccine design" Dr. Jamie K. Scot...

  • 30:07 USC Annenberg Research Presentation - Wikipedia And The Future Of News (Part 1)

    USC Annenberg Research Presentation - Wikipedia And The Future Of News (Part 1)

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    Aug. 6, 2010: USC Annenberg Research Presentation - Wikipedia and The Future of News (Part 1) Andrew Lih, USC Annenberg journalism professor, Adam Clayton Po...

  • 1:05:52 ESRC Green Criminology Research Seminar 1 - Dr Avi Brisman

    ESRC Green Criminology Research Seminar 1 - Dr Avi Brisman

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    Dr Avi Brisman of Eastern Kentucky University further explored theories and concepts of green criminology. He offered that it could be pictured as a four-lea...

  • 56:30 Responsible Conduct Of Research Seminar Series: Peer Review

    Responsible Conduct Of Research Seminar Series: Peer Review

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    The Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series gives graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, and staff the knowledge and tools to guide them t...

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