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VIDEO: Making sense of scents in the age of COVID

Sandeep Robert Datta, Harvard University reviews progress towards a understanding our most elusive sense, and an update on what we know about how SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, interferes with neural circuits responsible for olfaction.

PODCAST: s04e09: Stephen Forman: Cellular Immunotherapy for treatment of cancer: from transplant to gene therapy

Stephen Forman, City of Hope, discussed a new therapy that is being increasingly utilized in the treatment of people with cancer using genetically engineered immune cells in addition to the traditional treatments of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.


Seymour Benzer/Sydney Brenner Lecture: The Science of Sleep and Stress: How they Affect Creativity, Emotion, and Memory

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Jessica Payne, University of Notre Dame, will discuss how the non-waking hours are incredibly valuable for your day-to-day life, especially for helping to commit information to memory and for problem solving.

Ancient Tsunami Deposits and the Lives they Save

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Beverly Goodman, University of Haifa, will discuss the most recent breakthroughs related to the Thera (Santorini) volcanic eruption and tsunamis that occurred in the Bronze Age.

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