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New Brain Channel Series on Movement Disorders
05/03/2016
Moving is something we do without thinking but it’s not as simple as it may seem. Movement is an incredibly complex process that requires different parts of the brain working with muscles and nerves throughout the body. Signals move between the brain and the rest of the body controlling the coordination needed — but sometimes … Continue reading "New Brain Channel Series on Movement Disorders"
Origins of Genus Homo – CARTA
04/28/2016
Despite discoveries of remarkable new fossils in recent years, the evolutionary events surrounding the origins of genus Homo are incompletely understood. This fascinating CARTA symposium explores evidence bearing on the emergence of our genus. What forces caused the changes in diet and body form as our predecessors evolved toward Homo. Were there forces from within … Continue reading "Origins of Genus Homo – CARTA"
Launching The UC Climate Solutions Channel
04/26/2016
The news about climate change is serious. The scientific consensus is clear – it’s getting worse and if we don’t address it, our planet will suffer. Browse this collection of some of the finest voices on climate change, as the University of California continues to lead the world in researching its causes and developing best … Continue reading "Launching The UC Climate Solutions Channel"
The 21st Annual Writer’s Symposium
04/22/2016
Join host Dean Nelson for the 21st Annual Writer’s Symposium, a witty and informative interview-based experience where the audience gets to eavesdrop on conversations between authors about the art and angst of writing. Three new programs are sure to inspire: Nikki Giovanni Author, spoken word artist, poet, essayist, professor, Nikki Giovanni has been electrifying audiences … Continue reading "The 21st Annual Writer’s Symposium"
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