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The Jewish Experience Explored at UC Santa Barbara
03/24/2015
The Middle East has been in our headlines a great deal lately with the recent elections in Israel and the on-going talks about Iran. Go beyond the news with three new programs that feature writers who are exploring the Jewish experience from biblical times through to today. From ancient history explore the perplexing and enigmatic […]
Critical Thinking and Imagination in Science, with Ryan Shenvi
03/17/2015
“…how do you know that you know?” With this, The Scripps Research Institute’s Ryan Shenvi delivers a captivating exposition of why the most important function of science is not to provide answers, but to ask more and better questions in order to advance our knowledge – and what is critical to this process. From CS […]
Preventing HIV By Understanding Patterns of Transmission
03/12/2015
“Understanding the spread of infectious diseases in a population is the key to controlling them.” AIDS is one of the most devastating infectious diseases in human history, and its cause, HIV, has been responsible for millions of infections. Every 9.5 minutes, someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV. It is estimated that there are […]
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