Monthly Highlights: February 2012

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Pain 101

Pain is the most common reason for medical visits in the U.S. and can be as simple as a stubbed toe or signal a complex, systemic disease. These new programs from UCSF’s Mini Medical School for the Public bring together experts from a broad range of specialties to explain the basic science of pain and some of the most common ways it manifests. The series also investigates the modern practices of pain management and the cutting-edge advances in treatment currently being developed in the research halls of UCSF.

Pain 101: The Science, the Treatment and the Impact

From Soil To Space

In these fascinating new programs from Lawrence Berkeley Lab’s “Science at the Theater” series, scientists explore the mysteries of energy and climate change.

What’s Right with Kansas?

New Light on Dark Energy

Big Thinking: The Power of Nanoscience

Secrets of the Soil

Peace, Justice & Human Rights

From the bench to the battlefield, this month’s guest speakers fight for what’s right. Have a look at the issues that drive them with these new programs.

Massive Indifference: Denial of Competent Lawyers in Death Penalty and Other Criminal Cases with Stephen Bright

The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics

The Role of Women in Promoting Peace and Democracy in the Middle East with Shirin Ebadi

Peace Through Prosperity: Jewish-Arab Economic Development in Israel

Mighty Be Our Powers with Leymah Gbowee


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (PACIFIC TIMES)

All programs repeat throughout the month. Visit the Program Schedule on our web site for additional air dates and times.

Health & Medicine

A Community Forum: Autism Spectrum Disorders

Tap into the Potential of the Multi Touch Interface

The Psychology of Meditative Thinking: A Practical and Philosophical Approach to Wellness in Integrative Medicine

Health Matters: Latest in Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Lung in a Box

Neurological Basis For Learning Disabilities: Implications for Educational Practice

Therapeutic Options for the Failing Heart: Drugs, Devices and Transplantation

Towards the Eradication of Childhood Cancers

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Science

The 21st Century University: Purpose, Problems and Promise

Exploring Ethics: Science Literacy and Underserved Populations

On Beyond: Superconductivity, Neanderthal Genetics, the Black Widow

A New Imperative for Deep-Ocean Stewardship

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Public Affairs

Fragile States, Global Threats, and International Security with Stewart Patrick (Conversations with History)

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Humanities

Story Hour in the Library: Benjamin Bac Sierra

Story Hour in the Library: Carol Edgarian

Lunch Poems: Clayton Eshelman Reads Aimé Césaire

To Be Human: How Food Fueled Human Origins with Margaret Schoeninger

Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America

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Arts & Music

UC Davis Symphony Orchestra: Bartók – Bluebeard’s Castle

Who Owns Music and Why You Should Care

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Education

UCLA Bruin Talk – February 2012 (1)

Now You See It: Attention and the Future of Learning with Cathy Davidson

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Business

Why Entrepreneurship is Important with Garrett Gruener

A Blueprint: From Cal/CET Alum to Startup Founder with Vivek Sodera

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New Online Videos and Podcasts

Research on Aging: The Crystal Ball in the Social Network

Mission Blue: Protecting the Blue Heart of the Planet

more videos and podcasts >>

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