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Andrew Smith - Tibetan pika: Small engineer key to world's water supply

ASU President's Professor Andrew Smith discusses how the Tibetan pika (Ochotona curzoniae) is a keystone species and how massive poisoning of pikas has profound environmental and economic impacts.

Feed 8 Billion - A Panel Discussion on Biotechnology in Agriculture part 1

Ben Hurlbut, Jason Robert, and graduate student, Marci Baranski, participate in this panel discussion at Arizona State University. Internationally recognized scientists address the possibility of biotechnology feeding the world of the future.

Feed 8 Billion - a Panel Discussion on Biotechnology in Agriculture part 2

Ben Hurlbut, Jason Robert, and graduate student, Marci Baranski, participate in this panel discussion at Arizona State University. Internationally recognized scientists address the possibility of biotechnology feeding the world of the future.

Focus on Sustainability: Forest Management

Arizona Horizon interviews fire history expert Stephen Pyne of ASU's School of Life Sciences, Diane Vosick of NAU's Ecological Restoration Institute, and Dr. Mary Lata of the U.S. Forest Service,to exmaine whether the US forest management policies are contributing to the number and intensity of wildfires raging across Arizona.

Jane Maienschein - Regenerative Medicine in Historical Context

Jane Maienschein is a former Congressional Fellow and Senior Science Advisor. She debunks the common idea that stem cell science began in 1998 and maintains that stem cell science is actually nearly a century old. History may provide lessons for researchers and the public concerned about the social, political, and religious status of the embryo.

Jane Maienschein - Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine and Us

Jane Maienschein talks to TEDx Phoenix, "How stem cells might save you, or maybe not. That's part of the debate."

Jason Robert – Chimeras, Cyborgs and the Moral Limits of Science

Jason Robert discusses the profound ethical and social challenges that have arisen as modern medicine changes through the introduction of new treatments and technologies.

Les Landrum - Protecting Nature's Library

“Basically, everything that’s valuable to humans comes from plants,” says ASU’s Les Landrum, who is the curator for the ASU Herbarium, a collection of nearly 400,000 plant specimens.

Lucy’s Legacy: Preserving the Search for Human Origins

The Institute of Human Origins hosted a Panel Discussion at the grand opening exhibition showcasing Donald C. Johanson's (the Institutes Founding Director) collection of papers, photographs and correspondence tracing the evolution of thinking about human origins. The panel examined different views regarding such collections whether they are housed privately or archived for museum presentation.

Manfred Laubichler - Stretching the Limit

Manfred Laubichler talks about teaching, theoretical biology, historical biology and stretching the limit of what is known...

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