EDUCATION: Science Video Store

Science  04 Mar 2005:
Vol. 307, Issue 5714, pp. 1385
DOI: 10.1126/science.307.5714.1385d

If you want to sit in on a lecture on buckyballs by chemist Harry Kroto or hear the late evolutionist John Maynard Smith's take on the origin of life, drop by this site from the Vega Science Trust, a nonprofit organization in the United Kingdom. Web viewers can screen more than 50 scientific programs—most aimed at college students or the general public—that range from interviews and lectures to roundtable discussions on issues such as the influence of genetics on personality. Visitors can also drop by a master class on states of matter or watch a documentary about a conference in which med students hobnob with Nobel laureates.

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