University of California Video Podcasts (Video)

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The Scripps Research Institute's Katja Lamia gives a brief perspective on the history of circadian clock research and introduces current ideas about how circadian disruption increases the risks of cancer and metabolic diseases. Series: "Saturday Science at The Scripps Research Instititute" [Show …

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Behavioral economist Elizabeth Linos talks about how to implement good public policy by focusing on needs of the people who serve in government. In this conversation with Henry E. Brady, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, Linos argues that diversity in recruitment leads …

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Dr. Michael Eisenberg, a urologist at Stanford Health Care, and Dr. Roger Minkow, of Roger Minkow Consulting, talk about what you need to know when choosing a bike seat to reduce your risk for urological problems while cycling. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Show ID: 33442]

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Novelist and filmmaker David Bezmozgis speaks about his 2014 novel The Betrayers, an intense look at morality and the human conscience, that won the National Jewish Book Award. The book is about a famous Russian Jewish dissident who, after the fall of the Soviet Union, meets the man who denounced …

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Director Anne Galisky discusses her documentary that focuses on the stories of three families whose courage in challenging the status quo changed history: Dred and Harriet Scott, Wong Kim Ark, and Rosario and Vanessa Lopez. All fought limits on the Fourteenth Amendment which guarantees citizenship …

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