March Enews & Highlights
Sign up to receive UCTV News and Highlights by e-mail: FEATURED THIS MONTH Josh Jacobs Join Josh Jacobs as he discusses his entrepreneurial journey. Josh began his career as a software engineer, leading development teams. As Global CEO of Accuen Media, Josh is responsible for planning and executing the strategy for Omnicom’s programmatic media buying […]
The Brick People
Bill Deverell, Director, Huntington USC Institute discusses the history of Simon’s Brick Yard #3, “It’s seen by many people as ironic that there is virtually nothing left there today, but in fact that’s fairly typical of Los Angeles having a sense of amnesia quality to its past, and an ineffable ability to cover up what once was, but […]
February ENews and Highlights
Sign up to receive UCTV News and Highlights by e-mail: FEATURED THIS MONTH The Brick People The Brick People chronicles the story and legacy of Mexican immigrants who worked at Simons Brickyard #3 in Los Angeles during the early part of the 20th century. Watch Now >(New episodes premiere throughout the month.) Risky Business In […]
The “Free” Press?
Losing the suit and tie, Associated Press President and CEO Gary Pruitt returns to UC Berkeley to discuss The Free Press vs. National Security: A False Choice? Pruitt argues that a free and independent press is fundamental to a functioning democracy and separates a free society from tyranny. “When I became the president of AP, I told our […]
Investigating Medical Mysteries
Have you ever wanted to be a detective and solve mysteries, conundrums, and enigmas? UCSF Medical Mysteries, explains how physicians at UCSF are like detectives using their knowledge, deductive reasoning, and data gathering skills to diagnose strange illnesses, rare diseases, new infections and unexpected poisonings. Climb inside the mind of these medical detectives and see how it works […]
Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life with J. Craig Venter
“We are DNA software driven machines,” states scientist and visionary J. Craig Venter, as he discusses the creation of life with synthetic genomics and his latest book, “Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life.” Venter is interviewed by The Science Network’s Roger Bingham, who agrees with Venter […]
January 2014 News and Highlights
Sign up to receive UCTV News and Highlights by e-mail: FEATURED THIS MONTH Medical Detectives Ever want to be a detective and solve mysteries, conundrums, and enigmas? This series teaches you how physicians at UCSF function as detectives, solving strange illnesses, rare diseases, new infections and unexpected poisonings using their knowledge, deductive reasoning, and data […]
Neurogaming: What’s Neuroscience and Ethics Got To Do With It?
Recently in San Diego, the founding president of the International Neuroethics Society and Harvard professor Steven Hyman, led an extraordinary discussion on rapid advances in brain research and the social implications of merging neuroscience and video game development. In Neurogaming: What’s Neuroscience and Ethics Got To Do With It?, the question of “are video games good for […]