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VIDEO: How offshore nuclear power stations can help achieve rapid deep decarbonization

Nick Touran, took a deep dive into the historical and technical bases of floating nuclear plants and explored the modern research and projects focused on ramping them up for deep decarbonization.

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.


The Salton Sea: Health Disparity Amid An Environmental Crisis - Online Zoom Event

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

David Lo, University of California, Riverside, looks at how the dust affects the lungs, important implications for our relationship to this huge ecosystem, and policies to address its impact on the regional community.

Challenging cooked calorie counts considering chemistry, co-inhabitants, and consequences for public health - Online Zoom Event

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Rachel Carmody, Harvard University will help us understand where cooked calorie counts go wrong. We will journey across time, behind the chemistry of cooking, and into emerging research on the gut microbiome that is actively rewriting our understanding of human biology.

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