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2002 Internet2 Fall Conference: Advanced NetworksSelected interviews with some of the faculty and staff involved with the Fall 2002 Internet2 Conference held in Los Angeles and on the campus of the University of Southern California. Emphasis is on t ...
A Conversation with Tom BrokawA special USC Annenberg School for Communication program with author and journalist Tom Brokaw. Topics include national and international events, the state of the news business, and the landscape ahea ...
A Conversation with Tom BrokawA special USC Annenberg School for Communication program with author and journalist Tom Brokaw. Topics include national and international events, the state of the news business, and the landscape ahea ...
A Conversation with Walter CronkiteWith a career in reporting that spanned five decades, Walter Cronkite is best known for his years as a television anchor on CBS Evening News, where viewers hailed him as “the most trusted man in Ame ...
A Conversation with Walter CronkiteWith a career in reporting that spanned five decades, Walter Cronkite is best known for his years as a television anchor on CBS Evening News, where viewers hailed him as “the most trusted man in Ame ...
A Few Drops in Cambodia: Stories From a Relief EffortWhen the Khmer Rouge collapsed in 1979, only 20-25 doctors remained in all of Cambodia. This not only led to a particularly vulnerable medical system, but also, eventually, to an influx of foreign hea ...
A Few Drops in Cambodia: Stories From a Relief EffortWhen the Khmer Rouge collapsed in 1979, only 20-25 doctors remained in all of Cambodia. This not only led to a particularly vulnerable medical system, but also, eventually, to an influx of foreign hea ...
A Rare Instrument DemonstrationMusicians and rare instrument aficionados Curtis Berak and Bruce Teter discuss and demonstrate a range of unusual musical devices, including the bagpipe and the hurdy-gurdy. The performance was held i ...
A Rare Instrument DemonstrationMusicians and rare instrument aficionados Curtis Berak and Bruce Teter discuss and demonstrate a range of unusual musical devices, including the bagpipe and the hurdy-gurdy. The performance was held i ...
Blog Versus Print: Have Blogs Replaced Newspapers and Should We Care?Have blogs replaced newspapers and should we care? An expert panel discusses the pros and cons of instant news in an event sponsored by the USC Information Services Division, USC Los Angeles Institute ...
Blog Versus Print: Have Blogs Replaced Newspapers and Should We Care?Have blogs replaced newspapers and should we care? An expert panel discusses the pros and cons of instant news in an event sponsored by the USC Information Services Division, USC Los Angeles Institute ...
Breaking News: Can It Be Fixed? The State of the News Business 2005USC Annenberg and the Radio TV News Association of Southern California present a panel discussion 'Breaking News: Can It Be Fixed? The State of the News Business 2005.' The conversation is driven by a ...
Breaking News: Can It Be Fixed? The State of the News Business 2005USC Annenberg and the Radio TV News Association of Southern California present a panel discussion 'Breaking News: Can It Be Fixed? The State of the News Business 2005.' The conversation is driven by a ...
Can ESP Affect Our Lives? (109)Most people believe that ESP, or extrasensory perception, is real. Most scientists assume the opposite. Is ESP wishful thinking, sloppy science or clever conjuring -- or could it be real? Today's expe ...
Can ESP Affect Our Lives? (109)Most people believe that ESP, or extrasensory perception, is real. Most scientists assume the opposite. Is ESP wishful thinking, sloppy science or clever conjuring -- or could it be real? Today's expe ...
Can Religion Withstand Technology? (314)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. A skeptic, a devout Muslim scientist, and an expert in the sociology of religion ...
Can Religion Withstand Technology? (314)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. A skeptic, a devout Muslim scientist, and an expert in the sociology of religion ...
Can Science Seek the Soul? (113)Belief in the existence of the 'spiritual essence' of an immortal soul has infused human thought and history. Still, most of today's scientists remain materialists who believe that only the physical w ...
Can Science Seek the Soul? (113)Belief in the existence of the 'spiritual essence' of an immortal soul has infused human thought and history. Still, most of today's scientists remain materialists who believe that only the physical w ...
Can We Believe in Both Science and Religion? (302)Science and Religion have long been considered adversaries on the battlefield of grand world views because at the most fundamental level they both claim to do much the same thing: provide deep insight ...
Can We Believe in Both Science and Religion? (302)Science and Religion have long been considered adversaries on the battlefield of grand world views because at the most fundamental level they both claim to do much the same thing: provide deep insight ...
Can We Imagine the Far Future - Year 3000? (201)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Can We Imagine the Far Future - Year 3000? (201)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Can We See the Near Future - Year 2025? (106)Close your eyes. Now fast-forward 25 years. Open your eyes. What do you see? Humanity has moved through the agrarian age to the industrial age and now, the information age. With what moniker will we l ...
Can We See the Near Future - Year 2025? (106)Close your eyes. Now fast-forward 25 years. Open your eyes. What do you see? Humanity has moved through the agrarian age to the industrial age and now, the information age. With what moniker will we l ...
Can You Learn To Be Creative? (211)For years we thought that in order to be creative you had to 'be born with it.' Now, new thinking on the subject reveals that everyone can learn to be more imaginative and creative -- all you need is ...
Can You Learn To Be Creative? (211)For years we thought that in order to be creative you had to 'be born with it.' Now, new thinking on the subject reveals that everyone can learn to be more imaginative and creative -- all you need is ...
Can You Really Extend Your Life? (108)Long life is humanity's ancient and perennial goal. Prophets promised it, explorers searched for it and today's society is obsessed with it. The panelists discuss the biology of aging and debate the f ...
Can You Really Extend Your Life? (108)Long life is humanity's ancient and perennial goal. Prophets promised it, explorers searched for it and today's society is obsessed with it. The panelists discuss the biology of aging and debate the f ...
CU@USC - CREATE - The Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorist EventsFind out from USC students and staff about research and educational programs being developed at CREATE, the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events. USC is the first university cente ...
CU@USC - CREATE - The Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorist EventsFind out from USC students and staff about research and educational programs being developed at CREATE, the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events. USC is the first university cente ...
CU@USC - Hurricane Katrina SpecialUSC's CU@USC series dedicates a special program to the 2005 hurricane, Katrina. Professor Anthony Michaels of the USC Wrigley Institute offers specifics into the development of Katrina, including a ge ...
CU@USC - Hurricane Katrina SpecialUSC's CU@USC series dedicates a special program to the 2005 hurricane, Katrina. Professor Anthony Michaels of the USC Wrigley Institute offers specifics into the development of Katrina, including a ge ...
CU@USC with Adjunct Professor Leonard MaltinLeonard Maltin, adjunct professor and film historian from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Adjunct Professor Leonard MaltinLeonard Maltin, adjunct professor and film historian from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with David J. AndrusProfessor David J. Andrus, formerly in the Department of International Relations in the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, was also the faculty advisor for the Peace and Conflict Scholar stude ...
CU@USC with Dean Elizabeth DaleyDean Elizabeth M. Daley of the USC School of Cinema-Television is interviewed about the school's 75th anniversary and the school in general. ...
CU@USC with Dean Elizabeth DaleyDecember 20, 2004 ...
CU@USC with Dean Elizabeth Daley (2006)Dean Elizabeth Daley of the USC School of Cinematic Arts talks with host Rachna Khatau about the school's name change and a major donation from George Lucas. Formerly the School of Cinema-Television, ...
CU@USC with Dean Elizabeth Daley (2006)Dean Elizabeth Daley of the USC School of Cinematic Arts talks with host Rachna Khatau about the school's name change and a major donation from George Lucas. Formerly the School of Cinema-Television, ...
CU@USC with Dean Geoffrey CowanGeoffrey Cowan, Dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication, is interviewed about his varied experencies and the future of the school. ...
CU@USC with Dean Madeline PuzoDean Madeline Puzo shares her experiences in the theater and the expansion planned for the USC School of Theater. ...
CU@USC with Dean Peter StarrPeter Starr, Dean of the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, is interviewed about his experiences and his vision of the future of the College. ...
CU@USC with Dean Richard CallahanRichard Callahan, associate dean for State Capital and Leadership Programs, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Dean Richard CallahanRichard Callahan, associate dean for State Capital and Leadership Programs, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Dean Ruth Weisberg Dean Ruth Weisberg is interviewed about the USC School of Fine Arts including her vision for its future. Several pieces of Dr. Weisberg's art work are also shared. ...
CU@USC with Dean Susan LaemmleUSC Dean of the Office of Religious Life, Rabbi Susan Laemmle, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Dean Thomas GilliganDr. Thomas Gilligan discusses his transformation from Professor of Finance and Business to Interim Dean of the USC Marshall School of Business with host Rachna Khatau. He talks about his interest in e ...
CU@USC with Dean Thomas GilliganDr. Thomas Gilligan discusses his transformation from Professor of Finance and Business to Interim Dean of the USC Marshall School of Business with host Rachna Khatau. He talks about his interest in e ...
CU@USC with Dr. Wayne GlassDr. Wayne Glass, lecturer at the USC School of International Relations, discusses international relations and security affairs with host Casey Levental. An expert in national and foreign policy, Mr. G ...
CU@USC with Dr. Wayne GlassDr. Wayne Glass, lecturer at the USC School of International Relations, discusses international relations and security affairs with host Casey Levental. An expert in national and foreign policy, Mr. G ...
CU@USC with George LucasFilmmaker and USC alumnus George Lucas is interviewed during the Fall 2004 USC School of Cinema-Television 75th Anniversary Celebration. Mr. Lucas was on campus to screen the director's cut of THX-113 ...
CU@USC with George LucasFilmmaker and USC alumnus George Lucas is interviewed during the Fall 2004 USC School of Cinema-Television 75th Anniversary Celebration. Mr. Lucas was on campus to screen the director's cut of THX-113 ...
CU@USC with Granville M. Oldham Jr.Granville M. Oldham Jr., Lecturer in Choral Music in the USC Thornton School of Music, is interviewed ...
CU@USC with Granville M. Oldham Jr.Granville M. Oldham Jr., Lecturer in Choral Music in the USC Thornton School of Music, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with John L. CallaghanProfessor John L. Callaghan, professor of Kinesiology, shares his experiences and background with sports psychology. ...
CU@USC with Jonathan TaplinAdjunct Professor Jonathan Taplin from the USC Annenberg School for Communication is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Jonathan TaplinAdjunct Professor Jonathan Taplin from the USC Annenberg School for Communication is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Joshua FoutsJoshua Fouts, Executive Director of the Center of Public Diplomacy, discusses the efforts of promoting communication and understanding throughout the world ...
CU@USC with Joshua Fouts Joshua Fouts, Executive Director of the Center of Public Diplomacy, discusses the efforts of promoting communication and understanding throughout the world. ...
CU@USC with Karen Dale ZiviUSC Political Science Assistant Professor, Karen Dale Zivi, speaks with host Joe Horton about political and feminist theory. Dr. Zivi, affiliated with several rights, identity, and political programs ...
CU@USC with Karen Dale ZiviUSC Political Science Assistant Professor, Karen Dale Zivi, speaks with host Joe Horton about political and feminist theory. Dr. Zivi, affiliated with several rights, identity, and political programs ...
CU@USC with Lawrence TurmanLawrence Turman, Hollywood producer and Chair of the Peter Stark Producing Program at USC's School of Cinema-Television, is interviewed by CU@USC host Caitlin Matalone. Mr. Turman discusses his new bo ...
CU@USC with Lawrence TurmanLawrence Turman, Hollywood producer and Chair of the Peter Stark Producing Program at USC's School of Cinema-Television, is interviewed by CU@USC host Caitlin Matalone. Mr. Turman discusses his new bo ...
CU@USC with Lecturer Douglas John BeckerUSC Lecturer in International Relations, Douglas John Becker, discusses the growing interest in the study of international affairs with CU@USC host Stuart LaBrody. The two also delve into the world of ...
CU@USC with Lecturer Douglas John BeckerUSC Lecturer in International Relations, Douglas John Becker, discusses the growing interest in the study of international affairs with CU@USC host Stuart LaBrody. The two also delve into the world of ...
CU@USC with Michael CunninghamPulitzer Prize Recipient, Author, and Screenwriter Michael Cunningham is interviewed shortly before the premiere of his film, 'A Home At The End Of The World.' ...
CU@USC with Michael CunninghamPulitzer Prize Recipient, Author, and Screenwriter Michael Cunningham is interviewed shortly before the premiere of his film, 'A Home At The End Of The World.' ...
CU@USC with Michael GarrettUniversity of Southern California Director of Athletics Michael Garrett is interviewed about the university's various sports programs. Given particular emphasis is the football program. ...
CU@USC with Professor Barbara CordayProfessor Barbara Corday shares her extensive Hollywood experiences as well as discusses production in the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television. ...
CU@USC with Professor Bruce E. ZuckermanCU@USC host Devon Kelley talks with USC Professor of Religion and Archeology Bruce E. Zuckerman, Ph.D. Mr. Zuckerman teaches a variety of courses such as the Hebrew Bible, the Bible in Western Literat ...
CU@USC with Professor Bruce E. ZuckermanCU@USC host Devon Kelley talks with USC Professor of Religion and Archeology Bruce E. Zuckerman, Ph.D. Mr. Zuckerman teaches a variety of courses such as the Hebrew Bible, the Bible in Western Literat ...
CU@USC with Professor Carol Muske-DukesProfessor Carol Muske-Dukes of the English Department of the USC School of Letters, Arts & Sciences is interviewed about USC and her writing career. Professor Muske-Dukes studies poetry, writing, fict ...
CU@USC with Professor Carol Muske-DukesProfessor Carol Muske-Dukes of the English Department of the USC School of Letters, Arts & Sciences is interviewed about USC and her writing career. Professor Muske-Dukes studies poetry, writing, fict ...
CU@USC with Professor Cynthia A. YoungCynthia A. Young is an Assistant Professor of English and American Studies and Ethnicity at USC. Aside from teaching, she has many journal publications and is finalizing her latest book project 'Soul ...
CU@USC with Professor Cynthia A. YoungCynthia A. Young is an Assistant Professor of English and American Studies and Ethnicity at USC. Aside from teaching, she has many journal publications and is finalizing her latest book project 'Soul ...
CU@USC with Professor Douglas GreenbergDouglas Greenberg, Professor and Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Professor Elizabeth GarrettUSC Law Professor Elizabeth Garrett is interviewed about the recent California gubernatorial recall election and other relevant legal issues. ...
CU@USC with Professor Elizabeth GarrettUSC Law Professor Elizabeth Garrett is interviewed about the recent California gubernatorial recall election and other relevant legal issues. ...
CU@USC with Professor James KincaidProfessor James Kincaid of the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is interviewed about his class in Symbols and Conceptual Systems as well as current events. ...
CU@USC with Professor Jason E. SquireProfessor Carol Muske-Dukes of the English Department of the USC School of Letters, Arts & Sciences is interviewed about USC and her writing career. Professor Muske-Dukes studies poetry, writing, fict ...
CU@USC with Professor KhoshnevisBehrokh Khoshnevis, USC Viterbi School of Engineering Professor, talks with host Jill Schneiderman about the latest research in construction methods. Dr. Khoshnevis is also Director of the Center for ...
CU@USC with Professor KhoshnevisBehrokh Khoshnevis, USC Viterbi School of Engineering Professor, talks with host Jill Schneiderman about the latest research in construction methods. Dr. Khoshnevis is also Director of the Center for ...
CU@USC with Professor Laurie BrandUSC Professor of International Relations Laurie Brand is interviewed about the events leading up to the aftermath of September 11, 2001. Professor Brand researches Middle East international relations, ...
CU@USC with Professor Laurie BrandUSC Professor of International Relations Laurie Brand is interviewed about the events leading up to the aftermath of September 11, 2001. Professor Brand researches Middle East international relations, ...
CU@USC with Professor Lawrence PryorUSC Associate Professor Lawrence A. Pryor, Director of the USC Online Journalism Program, is interviewed about his experiences with on-line journalism and the Los Angeles Times ...
CU@USC with Professor Lawrence PryorUSC Associate Professor Lawrence A. Pryor, Director of the USC Online Journalism Program, is interviewed about his experiences with on-line journalism and the Los Angeles Times. ...
CU@USC with Professor Mitchell EarleywineProfessor Mitchell Earleywine, associate professor of Psychology at the University of Southern California, discusses his book, "Understanding Marijuana." ...
CU@USC with Professor Richard Evan MeyerUSC Art History Professor and Department Chair Richard Evan Meyer, studies modern and contemporary art, with an emphasis on twentieth-century American art, cultural studies, gay and lesbian studies, c ...
CU@USC with Professor Richard Evan MeyerUSC Art History Professor and Department Chair Richard Evan Meyer, studies modern and contemporary art, with an emphasis on twentieth-century American art, cultural studies, gay and lesbian studies, c ...
CU@USC with Professor Robert ScheerProfessor Robert Scheer shares his extensive Hollywood journalism experiences as well as discusses several facets of the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television, School of Journa ...
CU@USC with Professor Steven L. Lamy (2003)Professor Steven Lamy of the USC School of International Relations is interviewed about a variety of international conditions including the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanista ...
CU@USC with Professor Steven L. Lamy (2004)USC Professor Steven L. Lamy of the School of International Relations is interviewed on national election day in 2004. Conversation includes the 2004 election, Iraq, and general foreign affairs. ...
CU@USC with Professor Steven L. Lamy (2004)USC Professor Steven L. Lamy of the School of International Relations is interviewed on national election day in 2004. Conversation includes the 2004 election, Iraq, and general foreign affairs. ...
CU@USC with Professor Werner DappenUSC Professor Werner D?ppen of the Physics Department of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is interviewed about the USC Astronomy program. ...
CU@USC with Professor William WatrousUSC Professor and Grammy© nominee William Watrous from the USC Thornton School of Music is interviewed. ...
CU@USC with Senior Lecturer Paul A. BackerUSC School of Theater Senior Lecturer, Paul A. Backer, is interviewed by CU@USC host Mike Hoy. Mr. Backer, an accomplished actor and voice-over artist, teaches several courses including voice and acti ...
CU@USC with Senior Lecturer Paul A. BackerUSC School of Theater Senior Lecturer, Paul A. Backer, is interviewed by CU@USC host Mike Hoy. Mr. Backer, an accomplished actor and voice-over artist, teaches several courses including voice and acti ...
CU@USC with Tina HirschFilm Editor and USC Adjunct Professor, Tina Hirsch, hold many credits in both film and television. She discusses her career which includes such films as ‘Mason County Line’ and ‘Dante's Peak’. ...
CU@USC with Tina Hirsch Film Editor and USC Adjunct Professor, Tina Hirsch, hold many credits in both film and television. She discusses her career which includes such films as ‘Mason County Line’ and ‘Dante's Peak’ ...
CU@USC with Tom HanksNoted actor, director, and producer Tom Hanks, converses with host Jill Schneiderman on CU@USC's 1000th episode. Throughout his career, Mr. Hanks has earned many distinctions, including back to back a ...
CU@USC with Tom HanksNoted actor, director, and producer Tom Hanks, converses with host Jill Schneiderman on CU@USC's 1000th episode. Throughout his career, Mr. Hanks has earned many distinctions, including back to back a ...
CU@USC with Visiting Lecturer Patrick M. RosslerProfessor Patrick Rossler, of the University of Erfurt in Germany, visits USC Annenberg to instruct in mass communication theory and research. At UE, Mr. Rossler is also a chair for empirical media re ...
CU@USC with Visiting Lecturer Patrick M. RosslerProfessor Patrick Rossler, of the University of Erfurt in Germany, visits USC Annenberg to instruct in mass communication theory and research. At UE, Mr. Rossler is also a chair for empirical media re ...
CU@USC: LA Marathon SpecialA special CU@USC program about training for and participating in the 2007 Los Angeles Marathon. ...
CU@USC: LA Marathon SpecialA special CU@USC program about training for and participating in the 2007 Los Angeles Marathon. ...
CU@USC: USC TraditionsCatch the spirit of USC traditions, such as the school's nickname and The Shillelagh, with USC Archivist Claude Zachary and Assistant Director of University Communications Annette Moore. ...
CU@USC: USC TraditionsCatch the spirit of USC traditions, such as the school's nickname and The Shillelagh, with USC Archivist Claude Zachary and Assistant Director of University Communications Annette Moore. ...
Dean's Open Forum: Africa and Humanitarian ReliefAn informal discussion by USC Annenberg School for Communication's Dean Geoffrey Cowan on Africa and the humanitarian relief efforts to the continent. Presented live on September 20, 2004, on the USC ...
Dean's Open Forum: Africa and Humanitarian ReliefAn informal discussion by USC Annenberg School for Communication's Dean Geoffrey Cowan on Africa and the humanitarian relief efforts to the continent. Presented live on September 20, 2004, on the USC ...
Dean's Open Forum: Politics, the Media and the 2004 ElectionA panel discussion on the role of the news media in covering the 2004 Presidential election held live on the USC campus on October 15, 2004. Joining Michael Parks, director of the Annenberg School of ...
Dean's Open Forum: Politics, the Media and the 2004 ElectionA panel discussion on the role of the news media in covering the 2004 Presidential election held live on the USC campus on October 15, 2004. Joining Michael Parks, director of the Annenberg School of ...
Dean's Open Forum: The Aesthetics of Politics 2004: I'm Wrong, But I'm StrongUSC Annenberg School Dean Geoffrey Cowan and Norman Lear Center director Martin Kaplan host a special post-election presentation by author, columnist and Lear Center senior fellow Neal Gabler. Mr. Gab ...
Dean's Open Forum: The Aesthetics of Politics 2004: I'm Wrong, But I'm StrongUSC Annenberg School Dean Geoffrey Cowan and Norman Lear Center director Martin Kaplan host a special post-election presentation by author, columnist and Lear Center senior fellow Neal Gabler. Mr. Gab ...
Do Brains Make Minds? (204)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Do Brains Make Minds? (204)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Does Psychiatry Have a Split Personality?Mental health is a significant national issue, yet psychiatry still remains suspect as a science. In fact, psychiatry is said to have a 'split personality,' with the traditional psychiatrists and psyc ...
Does Psychiatry Have a Split Personality?Mental health is a significant national issue, yet psychiatry still remains suspect as a science. In fact, psychiatry is said to have a 'split personality,' with the traditional psychiatrists and psyc ...
Does Sex Have a Future? (114)Sex has long permeated modern life, transforming values and changing morals. But is technology adding a new twist? Today's top experts discuss what happens when technology multiplies sexual options an ...
Does Sex Have a Future? (114)Sex has long permeated modern life, transforming values and changing morals. But is technology adding a new twist? Today's top experts discuss what happens when technology multiplies sexual options an ...
Down Central Avenue and BeyondWho Remembers the Los Angeles of thirty years ago? Fifty years ago? As generations come and go it is easy to forget how precious oral histories are for understanding a people, a time, and a place. Wit ...
Down Central Avenue and BeyondWho Remembers the Los Angeles of thirty years ago? Fifty years ago? As generations come and go it is easy to forget how precious oral histories are for understanding a people, a time, and a place. Wit ...
Elmer Bernstein: A Musical TributeThe Thornton School of Music orchestras celebrated the career of screen composer Elmer Bernstein in an event hosted by KUSC-FM personality Jim Svejda. Held on the USC campus in September 2006, the tri ...
Elmer Bernstein: A Musical TributeThe Thornton School of Music orchestras celebrated the career of screen composer Elmer Bernstein in an event hosted by KUSC-FM personality Jim Svejda. Held on the USC campus in September 2006, the tri ...
Ethics and Eloquence in JournalismThe USC Annenberg School for Communications presents Stanford professor Theodore Glasser, director of the journalism graduate program and former president of the Association for Education in Journalis ...
Ethics and Eloquence in JournalismThe USC Annenberg School for Communications presents Stanford professor Theodore Glasser, director of the journalism graduate program and former president of the Association for Education in Journalis ...
Focus on Leadership with Police Chief William BrattonThe Alumni and Support Association of the USC Rossier School of Education presents "Focus on Leadership." This keynote address, from November 24, 2003, was delivered by Chief William Bratton of the Lo ...
How Did This Universe Begin? (105)It's called 'The Big Bang' -- that inexplicable moment when an infinitesimally small point expanded majestically, and cooked up space, time, energy and matter into a colossal cosmic stew. How can we d ...
How Did This Universe Begin? (105)It's called 'The Big Bang' -- that inexplicable moment when an infinitesimally small point expanded majestically, and cooked up space, time, energy and matter into a colossal cosmic stew. How can we d ...
How Does Basic Science Defend America?Science has always been divided between basic science, which may or may not have application to the world we live in and applied science, which directly feeds us useful products and services. But with ...
How Does Basic Science Defend America?Science has always been divided between basic science, which may or may not have application to the world we live in and applied science, which directly feeds us useful products and services. But with ...
How Does Creativity Work at Work? (203)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
How Does Creativity Work at Work? (203)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
How Does Order Arise in the Universe?Get two Nobel laureates, put them in a room and try to shake them up, fail, and get a lot of visionary thinking about stars, planets, living things, people --plausible new theories of how all this dev ...
How Does Order Arise in the Universe?Get two Nobel laureates, put them in a room and try to shake them up, fail, and get a lot of visionary thinking about stars, planets, living things, people --plausible new theories of how all this dev ...
How Does Technology Transform Society? (210)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
How Does Technology Transform Society? (210)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
How Does Technology Transform Thinking? (111)Light-speed technology is accelerating, and even changing the way we think. So much so that you're irritated when there is a 10-second delay in downloading an Internet site even when just a few years ...
How Does Technology Transform Thinking? (111)Light-speed technology is accelerating, and even changing the way we think. So much so that you're irritated when there is a 10-second delay in downloading an Internet site even when just a few years ...
How Does the Autistic Brain Work? (303)Crammed into our craniums, the three-pound human brain may be the most complex matter in the universe. And, scientists are learning more about how it works by investigating how it doesn't work. A 13 y ...
How Does the Autistic Brain Work? (303)Crammed into our craniums, the three-pound human brain may be the most complex matter in the universe. And, scientists are learning more about how it works by investigating how it doesn't work. A 13 y ...
How Weird is the Cosmos? (304)The Cosmos is weirder than we think. It's so weird that four experts can only sit around and laugh as they outdo each other in trading stories about amazing findings and discoveries. Joining host Robe ...
How Weird is the Cosmos? (304)The Cosmos is weirder than we think. It's so weird that four experts can only sit around and laugh as they outdo each other in trading stories about amazing findings and discoveries. Joining host Robe ...
Is Consciousness Definable? (312)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. One problem is that there are too many definitions! And getting these four guest ...
Is Consciousness Definable? (312)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. One problem is that there are too many definitions! And getting these four guest ...
Is Environmentalism Really Dead?The USC Wrigley Institute, USC Department of Geography, and the undergraduate program Environment First, present a talk by Mark Dowie in honor of Earth Day, April 22, 2005. Mr. Dowie, former Mother Jo ...
Is Environmentalism Really Dead?The USC Wrigley Institute, USC Department of Geography, and the undergraduate program Environment First, present a talk by Mark Dowie in honor of Earth Day, April 22, 2005. Mr. Dowie, former Mother Jo ...
Is Science Fiction Science? (301)Science Fiction enables scientific creativity to break free, unrestricted by the laws of nature as we know them, and allows contemporary issues to be explored in radically different environments than ...
Is Science Fiction Science? (301)Science Fiction enables scientific creativity to break free, unrestricted by the laws of nature as we know them, and allows contemporary issues to be explored in radically different environments than ...
Is the Universe Full of Life? (313)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Human have long wondered whether life exists beyond our home planet. In recent y ...
Is the Universe Full of Life? (313)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Human have long wondered whether life exists beyond our home planet. In recent y ...
Kids Only: Nickelodeon, Youth and CitizenshipUSC Annenberg presents a discussion featuring Communication Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser entitled 'Kids Only: Nickelodeon, Youth & Citizenship'. Her research looks specifically at the stated mission o ...
Kids Only: Nickelodeon, Youth and CitizenshipUSC Annenberg presents a discussion featuring Communication Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser entitled 'Kids Only: Nickelodeon, Youth & Citizenship'. Her research looks specifically at the stated mission o ...
Literary Luncheon Series with Author Robin SwicordThe Friends of the USC Libraries present author and screenwriter Robin Swicord as part of the Friends of the USC Libraries Literary Luncheon series. She discusses her cinematic adaptation of Arthur Go ...
Literary Luncheon Series with Author Robin SwicordThe Friends of the USC Libraries present author and screenwriter Robin Swicord as part of the Friends of the USC Libraries Literary Luncheon series. She discusses her cinematic adaptation of Arthur Go ...
Literary Luncheon with Author Michael CunninghamMichael Cunningham's third novel, 'The Hours,' won the Pulitzer Prize, the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, and the USC Scripter Award. His latest novel, 'A Home at the End of the World,' depicts the c ...
Literary Luncheon with Author Michael CunninghamMichael Cunningham's third novel, 'The Hours,' won the Pulitzer Prize, the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, and the USC Scripter Award. His latest novel, 'A Home at the End of the World,' depicts the c ...
Microbes - Friend or Foe? (305)Bacteria have become resistant to our antibiotics. Viruses evolve with blinding speed. Prions may lurk in our meat. Anthrax is put into our mail. Stranger yet, could microbes be causing other illnesse ...
Microbes - Friend or Foe? (305)Bacteria have become resistant to our antibiotics. Viruses evolve with blinding speed. Prions may lurk in our meat. Anthrax is put into our mail. Stranger yet, could microbes be causing other illnesse ...
National LambdaRail: A Fiber-based Research InfrastructureUSC Vice-Provost for Scholarly Technology, Dr. John Silvester, speaks about National LambdaRail, the new fiber optic research infrastructure. These remarks were scheduled to be given at the Terena Net ...
New Communities for the New Millennium? (104)The word 'community' may sound archaic, a social remnant of the idyllic 1950s. But paradoxically, in our high-tech age of instant information, 'community' is more relevant than ever, though its broade ...
New Communities for the New Millennium? (104)The word 'community' may sound archaic, a social remnant of the idyllic 1950s. But paradoxically, in our high-tech age of instant information, 'community' is more relevant than ever, though its broade ...
Projecting Culture: Perceptions of Arab & American Films“Film Viewing Across Cultures” is an ongoing research project sponsored by the USC School of Cinema-Television and the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. The project ...
Projecting Culture: Perceptions of Arab & American Films“Film Viewing Across Cultures” is an ongoing research project sponsored by the USC School of Cinema-Television and the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. The project ...
Stark at 25: A Salute to the USC Peter Stark Producing ProgramThe USC Peter Stark Producing Program celebrates it's 25th anniversary with a gala event held on the USC campus. As entertainer 'insiders' have long been aware, graduates of this program (also known a ...
Stark at 25: A Salute to the USC Peter Stark Producing ProgramThe USC Peter Stark Producing Program celebrates it's 25th anniversary with a gala event held on the USC campus. As entertainer 'insiders' have long been aware, graduates of this program (also known a ...
Strange Physics of the Mind? (112)Two fundamental theories -- quantum mechanics and relativity -- have changed forever our understanding of reality. Quantum mechanics describes the very small-scale structure of atoms and their compone ...
Strange Physics of the Mind? (112)Two fundamental theories -- quantum mechanics and relativity -- have changed forever our understanding of reality. Quantum mechanics describes the very small-scale structure of atoms and their compone ...
Testing New Drugs: Are People Guinea Pigs? (315)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Instituted in the sixties, clinical drug trials today have become a vast and exp ...
Testing New Drugs: Are People Guinea Pigs? (315)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Instituted in the sixties, clinical drug trials today have become a vast and exp ...
The 2001 Walter H. Annenberg SymposiumEach year the Annenberg Center for Communication and the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California host the Annual Walter H. Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to ...
The 2002 Walter H. Annenberg SymposiumEach year the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California hosts the Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to the life and achievements of Walter H. Annenberg. This program features a pr ...
The 2003 California Gubernatorial Recall ForumThis forum addresses one aspect of the recent California gubernatorial recall election process. California Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas discusses his proposal, Assembly Constitutional Amendment 20, ...
The 2003 LA Film ConferenceThe University of Southern California hosted a three-day film festival sponsored by the College of Letters, Arts, & Sciences, the USC Provost's Office, the USC Research Center at Doheny Memorial Libra ...
The 2003 Walter H. Annenberg SymposiumEach year the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California hosts the Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to the life and achievements of Walter H. Annenberg. This program features a pr ...
The 2004 Election: What Does It Mean For Campaigns and GovernanceA day-long conference at the USC Law School bringing scholars in law, political science, economics, and public communication together with people working in politics, campaigns and the media to discus ...
The 2004 Election: What Does It Mean For Campaigns and GovernanceA day-long conference at the USC Law School bringing scholars in law, political science, economics, and public communication together with people working in politics, campaigns and the media to discus ...
The 2004 Tyler Prize for Environmental AchievementThe Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring achievements in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance. The Tyler Prize consists of a ca ...
The 2004 Tyler Prize for Environmental AchievementThe Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring achievements in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance. The Tyler Prize consists of a ca ...
The 2004 Walter H. Annenberg Symposium with John Seely BrownEach year the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California hosts the Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to the life and achievements of Walter H. Annenberg. This program features a pr ...
The 2005 Tyler Prize for Environmental AchievementThe Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring triumphs in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance. Administered by USC, the Tyler Prize ...
The 2005 Tyler Prize for Environmental AchievementThe Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring triumphs in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance. Administered by USC, the Tyler Prize ...
The 2005 Walter H. Annenberg Symposium with Timothy WirthEach year the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California hosts the Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to the life and achievements of Walter H. Annenberg. The 2005 symposium feature ...
The 2005 Walter H. Annenberg Symposium with Timothy WirthEach year the Annenberg Center at the University of Southern California hosts the Annenberg Symposium which is dedicated to the life and achievements of Walter H. Annenberg. The 2005 symposium feature ...
The 2006 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement - Dr. Schindler LectureCelebrating its 33rd anniversary, the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring work in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance, and co ...
The 2006 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement - Dr. Schindler LectureCelebrating its 33rd anniversary, the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is one of the premier awards honoring work in environmental science, energy and medicine of worldwide importance, and co ...
The 27th Annual Earl V. Pullias Lecture: Higher Education and the Global MarketplaceEach year, the USC Rossier School of Education invites an important figure in the field of higher education to deliver an address for its current students, graduates and friends on an important issue ...
The 27th Annual Earl V. Pullias Lecture: Higher Education and the Global MarketplaceEach year, the USC Rossier School of Education invites an important figure in the field of higher education to deliver an address for its current students, graduates and friends on an important issue ...
The Big Lie? - Reporting the News Marjorie Miller, Judy Muller, Richard Stolley, and Narda Zacchino join the Annenberg School for Communication's Dean Geoffrey Cowan to discuss 'News, Media and The Fiction of Nonfiction'. This one-da ...
The Big Lie? - Reporting the NewsMarjorie Miller, Judy Muller, Richard Stolley, and Narda Zacchino join the Annenberg School for Communication's Dean Geoffrey Cowan to discuss 'News, Media and The Fiction of Nonfiction'. This one-day ...
The Big Lie? - Spinning the News USC Annenberg School for Communications' Clinical Professor Robert Scheer, sits down with Andy Borowitz, Harry Shearer, and Marianne Wiggins to talk about the existence of 'objective news' and how do ...
The Big Lie? - Spinning the NewsUSC Annenberg School for Communications' Clinical Professor Robert Scheer, sits down with Andy Borowitz, Harry Shearer, and Marianne Wiggins to talk about the existence of 'objective news' and how doe ...
The USC 123rd Annual Commencement (2006)The 41st mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, delivered the main address at the USC 123rd Commencement Ceremony on May 12, 2006. An engaging leader and inspiring public servant, Mayor Villaraig ...
The USC 123rd Annual Commencement (2006)The 41st mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, delivered the main address at the USC 123rd Commencement Ceremony on May 12, 2006. An engaging leader and inspiring public servant, Mayor Villaraig ...
The USC 124th Annual Commencement with Address by Ted KoppelThe USC 124th Commencement was held on the USC campus on the morning of Friday, May 11, 2007, with approximately 40,000 parents, family, and friends in attendance. The main Commencement address was de ...
The USC 124th Annual Commencement with Address by Ted KoppelThe USC 124th Commencement was held on the USC campus on the morning of Friday, May 11, 2007, with approximately 40,000 parents, family, and friends in attendance. The main Commencement address was de ...
The USC Law School's 2005 Roth LectureThe USC Gould School of Law presents the 23rd Lester W. Roth Lecture held on the USC campus. This year's speaker, Senator Evan Bayh (D-Indiana), delivers a timely and effective keynote address. Mr. Ba ...
The USC Law School's 2005 Roth LectureThe USC Gould School of Law presents the 23rd Lester W. Roth Lecture held on the USC campus. This year's speaker, Senator Evan Bayh (D-Indiana), delivers a timely and effective keynote address. Mr. Ba ...
Thinking Out the Last Millennium (208)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Thinking Out the Last Millennium (208)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
USC Presents USC CloseUp with Dr. Ann KirschnerAnn Kirschner, founder of Fathom (the first online knowledge network) at Columbia University, is interviewed about this groundbreaking and innovative Internet portal. ...
USC Presents USC CloseUp with Professor Kathleen AllenProfessor Kathleen Allen of the USC Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is interviewed about the USC Technology Alliance. ...
USC Presents USC CloseUp with Professor Rebecca WeintraubProfessor Rebecca Weintraub of the USC Annenberg School for Communication comments about her experiences moving a campus based class to online instruction. ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp - Research From ISIResearchers at the USC Information Sciences Institute present two innovative and timely research reports: the Rapid Tactical Language Training System that teaches soldiers to speak "situational Arabic ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Addresses USCThe 41st mayor of the city of Los Angeles addresses students, staff and faculty at the University of Southern California in anticipation of the university's 125th anniversary. Mayor Antonio Villaraigo ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Addresses USCThe 41st mayor of the city of Los Angeles addresses students, staff and faculty at the University of Southern California in anticipation of the university's 125th anniversary. Mayor Antonio Villaraigo ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: The Installation of Provost Max NikiasAs of June 1, 2005, C.L. Max Nikias was officially named provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the University of Southern California. His official installation, presided over by US ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: The Installation of Provost Max NikiasAs of June 1, 2005, C.L. Max Nikias was officially named provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the University of Southern California. His official installation, presided over by US ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: The new USC School of Cinematic ArtsWith hundreds of students, alumni, faculty and supporters on hand, USC's cinema program celebrated a record-breaking $175 million gift from filmmaker George Lucas' Lucasfilm Foundation. The gift will ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: The new USC School of Cinematic ArtsWith hundreds of students, alumni, faculty and supporters on hand, USC's cinema program celebrated a record-breaking $175 million gift from filmmaker George Lucas' Lucasfilm Foundation. The gift will ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: USC 122nd CommencementThe USC 122nd Commencement ceremony took place on the USC campus Friday, May 13, 2005; attended by approximately 40,000 parents, family, and friends. The main commencement address was delivered by Nei ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: USC 122nd CommencementThe USC 122nd Commencement ceremony took place on the USC campus Friday, May 13, 2005; attended by approximately 40,000 parents, family, and friends. The main commencement address was delivered by Nei ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: USC School of Cinema-Television 75th AnniversaryIn 1929, Actor Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and USC's President, Rufus von KleinSmid, founded what has become the USC School of Cinema-Television. Since 1973 not a year has passed without an alumnus being n ...
USC Presents...USC CloseUp: USC School of Cinema-Television 75th AnniversaryIn 1929, Actor Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and USC's President, Rufus von KleinSmid, founded what has become the USC School of Cinema-Television. Since 1973 not a year has passed without an alumnus being n ...
We the Media: The Rise of Grassroots, Open-Source JournalismUSC School of Journalism presents columnist Dan Gillmor for a presentation and discussion of new media, blogging and citizenship journalism. ...
We the Media: The Rise of Grassroots, Open-Source JournalismUSC School of Journalism presents columnist Dan Gillmor for a presentation and discussion of new media, blogging and citizenship journalism. ...
What Are the Grand Questions of Science? (101)Science seems on the brink of several mega-revolutions, including biotechnology and genetic engineering, broadband communications and artificial intelligence, a search for a 'Theory of Everything,' co ...
What Are the Grand Questions of Science? (101)Science seems on the brink of several mega-revolutions, including biotechnology and genetic engineering, broadband communications and artificial intelligence, a search for a 'Theory of Everything,' co ...
What Are the Next Breakthroughs in Science? (202)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
What Are the Next Breakthroughs in Science? (202)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
What is Consciousness? (107)What is Consciousness -- our inner thoughts, feelings, personalities -- the hidden 'Stuff' of our Private Selves? Is there something special about Consciousness, something of the mind not in the brain ...
What is Consciousness? (107)What is Consciousness -- our inner thoughts, feelings, personalities -- the hidden 'Stuff' of our Private Selves? Is there something special about Consciousness, something of the mind not in the brain ...
What is Parapsychology? (212)There's something to be said about telepathy, clairvoyance and psychokinesis, despite the fact that it may be inexplicable in scientific terms or by natural law. In the scientific arena, the psycholog ...
What is Parapsychology? (212)There's something to be said about telepathy, clairvoyance and psychokinesis, despite the fact that it may be inexplicable in scientific terms or by natural law. In the scientific arena, the psycholog ...
What's Creativity and Who's Creative? (103)Creativity is exciting, but also demanding, consuming, frustrating, and addicting. It's inspiring, but also fickle, erratic, tricky, and risky. Experts gather to discuss this remarkable thing called c ...
What's Creativity and Who's Creative? (103)Creativity is exciting, but also demanding, consuming, frustrating, and addicting. It's inspiring, but also fickle, erratic, tricky, and risky. Experts gather to discuss this remarkable thing called c ...
Whatever Happened to Ethics and Civility? (110)Many blame the feverish pace of modern society and the intensity and ferocity of competition for today's lack of morals and common courtesy. Yet, many more believe that society is impoverished without ...
Whatever Happened to Ethics and Civility? (110)Many blame the feverish pace of modern society and the intensity and ferocity of competition for today's lack of morals and common courtesy. Yet, many more believe that society is impoverished without ...
Who Gets to Validate Alternative Medicine? (311)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars, and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Throughout history, human beings always have sought to prevent disease, cure il ...
Who Gets to Validate Alternative Medicine? (311)Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars, and artists to debate the fundamental issues of our times. Throughout history, human beings always have sought to prevent disease, cure il ...
Who Needs Sex Therapy? (209) From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Who Needs Sex Therapy? (209)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Why Are Music and Art So Exhilarating? (206)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings togetherleading sc ...
Why Are Music and Art So Exhilarating? (206)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings togetherleading sc ...
Why is Music So Significant?Every known human culture has music, and how the brain recognizes and appreciates music -- a field known as the neurobiology of music -- reveals that there is no one 'music center' in our brain. Altho ...
Why is Music So Significant?Every known human culture has music, and how the brain recognizes and appreciates music -- a field known as the neurobiology of music -- reveals that there is no one 'music center' in our brain. Altho ...
Why is Quantum Physics So Beautiful? (207)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Why is Quantum Physics So Beautiful? (207)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Will Computers Take a Quantum Leap?As quantum engineer Seth Lloyd blithely states, 'a quantum computer is to a computer what a laser is to a light bulb. That explains a lot, and nothing.' Join host Robert Kuhn, along with David DiVince ...
Will Computers Take a Quantum Leap?As quantum engineer Seth Lloyd blithely states, 'a quantum computer is to a computer what a laser is to a light bulb. That explains a lot, and nothing.' Join host Robert Kuhn, along with David DiVince ...
Will Gene Therapy Change the Human Race? (205)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Will Gene Therapy Change the Human Race? (205)From genetics to cosmology to nanotechnology, science is on the brink of numerous and extraordinary mega-revolutions that will change the very nature of life. Closer to Truth brings together leading s ...
Will Intelligence Fill The Universe? (214)There are three questions that speak directly to human uniqueness and purpose. 1) Does intelligent non-human life exist anywhere in the universe?; 2) Given the fullness of time, will human beings spre ...
Will Intelligence Fill The Universe? (214)There are three questions that speak directly to human uniqueness and purpose. 1) Does intelligent non-human life exist anywhere in the universe?; 2) Given the fullness of time, will human beings spre ...
Will the Internet Change Humanity? (102)Experts in public policy, technology and media gather to discuss the full and real impact of the Internet and the information age on humans and humanity. Find out how access to information, instant gr ...
Will the Internet Change Humanity? (102)Experts in public policy, technology and media gather to discuss the full and real impact of the Internet and the information age on humans and humanity. Find out how access to information, instant gr ...
Will This Universe Ever End? (213)There are two basic theories about how the universe will end, neither are pleasant. The first spells out an inward-rushing, squashing-together of all things and the second has everything flying apart ...
Will This Universe Ever End? (213)There are two basic theories about how the universe will end, neither are pleasant. The first spells out an inward-rushing, squashing-together of all things and the second has everything flying apart ...
Writing L.A.: "Poetry Readings"Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
Writing L.A.: "Poetry Readings"Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
Writing L.A.: "Reading L.A."Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
Writing L.A.: "Reading L.A."Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
Writing L.A.: "Talking L.A."Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
Writing L.A.: "Talking L.A."Writing L.A.: Urban Noir, Postmodern Malaise, and Suburban Angst in the Capital of the 21st Century is the third annual "Los Angeles" conference sponsored by the USC Libraries and the Los Angeles Inst ...
 
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