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How Nature’s Tiniest Soda Could Help Feed the World: The Story of the Algal Pyrenoid, Eric Franklin, G4 (3965535)

Plants are responsible for almost everything around us. Not just as crops for us or livestock to eat, but also for the wood that makes up our houses and furniture, the cotton that we wear as clothes,…

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HMEI: High Water Line New Jersey "Translating Science Into Art "

The panel discussion “Translating Science Into Art” will bring together artists and outreach experts to explore how the environmental humanities can translate science into art —…

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The Categories and Sources of Foundational Concepts

The Charles E. Test, M.D. '37 Lectures featuring Professor James W. Ceaser. James W. Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since…

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Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming

Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming, University of Cambridge

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Foundational Political Concepts in American History/ Charles E. Test, M.D. '37 Distinguished Lectures Series: "Do We Still Have a Foundational Concept? Do We Need One?"

James W. Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since 1976. He has written several books on American politics and political thought,…

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Visual Aesthetics and Shringara Moments in Indian Miniature

Within the discourse of India’s pictorial tradition, which included murals and miniatures, it is the miniatures, which has shown a diversity of themes, subject matter and language. Originating…

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Dangerous Crossings: Race, Species and Nature in a Multicultural Age (Part 2)

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Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment: "Architecture, Customs and Return in Lagos"

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Nature of Evidence Lecture featuring Brooke Gladstone

At the first lecture in the “Understanding the Nature of Evidence” series, Brooke Gladstone, host and managing editor of WNYC's On the Media, reflected on how the internet,…

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CREMS: Creatures of the Imagination: Visualizing Monsters in the Early Modern Sciences-Trim

A workshop featuring talks by:Surekha Davies: “Life on the Edge: Imaginative Prototyping and Sea Monsters in Early Modern Europe” For early modern European naturalists, the ocean…

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Germany e-Summer Seminar Promo Video 2021

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The Art of Glassmaking_SvenDupre_Nov18_2020

The Art of Glassmaking and the Nature of Stones Sven Dupré, Utrecht University and the University of Amsterdam This talk will focus on the article: The Art of Glassmaking and the Nature of…

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Religious Liberty and the American Founding (Day 3)

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America's Revolutionary Mind: A Moral History of the American Revolution and the Declaration That Defined It

John Adams once wrote that the true American Revolution was in the “minds of the American people,” and Thomas Jefferson once described the Declaration of Independence as an…

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Religious Liberty and the American Founding (Day 1)

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