Paul Anastas [ 22 SEP 2015 | Waste Management ] An introduction to the concept of green chemistry, its principles and explains why using green chemistry can lead to fundamental changes and a sustainable world — courtesy of Yale University.
Matt Walker [ 15 AUG 2015 | Sleep Engineering ] I’m here to tell you about sleep — both the good things that happen when you get it and the alarmingly bad things that happen when you don’t. But let
Penny Lewis [ 3 JUL 2015 | Sleep Engineering ] How To Improve Your Life by Manipulating Your Sleep. For a sleep scientist, I actually don’t sleep very well. Any little chink of light in the room and I’m awake
Susan Freinkel [ 5 JUN 2015 | Waste Management | 19:03 ] Plastic built the modern world. Where would we be without pacemakers, polyester, computers, cellphones, sneakers or chewing gum. (Plastic in gum? Yep!) But a century into our love
People have been escaping radiation from places like Iowa to places like West Virginia since 2002!!!! Meanwhile, here’s an Australian. Since 1993, this PhD Mathematician has been struggling to survive the deleterious effects of artificial radiation associated with wireless
Shou-En Zhu [ 19 MAR 2015 | Energy Security | 15:47 ] Nano materials and nanostructures exist everywhere in our natural world. Take a look at the wing of a dragonfly. If we zoom in 100,000 times and look
Ali Partovi [ 15 MAR 2015 | Food Security ] I’ve invested a lot of my own money into organic and sustainable farming, and to converting American farmland to organic, and I’m here to dispel some misperceptions about organic food.
Rob Knight [ 23 FEB 2015 | Obesity Epidemic | 17:28 ] We humans have always been very concerned about the health of our bodies, but we haven’t always been that good at figuring out what’s important. Take the ancient
Jessica Davis [ 7 NOV 2014 | Waste Management | 12:36 ] A CSU professor in the Soil and Crop Sciences College since 1995, Davis’ research team focuses on developing a biological nitrogen fertilizer to reduce fossil fuel usage in
Russell Foster [ 14 AUG 2014 | Sleep Engineering ] What I’d like to do today is talk about one of my favorite subjects, and that is the neuroscience of sleep. Now, there is a sound — (Alarm clock) Ah,