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VIDEO: Paul Dawson: Double-Dipping and Other Food Peculiarities

This presentation looks at the ways bacteria live and move around the surfaces where we eat, drink and celebrate. Ice, lemon slices, sharing food, and even blowing out birthday candles will be placed under the microscope for close examination.

PODCAST: s02e05: Anthony James: La Zanzara Vitruviana: Synthetic Biology and Malaria

New technologies hold great promise for sustainable control of malaria parasite transmission by mosquitoes. The science of these technologies has advanced so quickly that the public understanding of their benefits and risks lags far behind. The challenge is to develop these new disease control methods while at the same time recruiting public support for the efforts.


Safer Made: Chemistry Even New Parents Will Love

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Martin Mulvihill, University of California, Berkeley

Climate Change, Insect Biology, and the Challenges Ahead

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

John Trumble, University of California, Riverside

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