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At his concerts, Italian pianist Marino Formenti asks for creative input by the audience. They can request pieces, play along or lie down underneath the grand piano to have a whole new hearing experience.
Premiere Date: 6/15/2016
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UCLA History Professor Lynn Hunt is one of the world's leading scholars on the French Revolution. She's also widely known for her provocative essays and books on the nature of history and what it means to be a historian. In this edition of Up Next, Hunt reflects on how the study of history has changed over time and what that says about history's future.
Premiere Date: 6/10/2016
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Lee Berk, Professor at Loma Linda University in California has spent nearly three decades studying the effects of a good laugh on your brain and body, including hormone and immune systems. He is joined by his son, Ryan Berk, a chef and a chocolatier, as together they give a scientific presentation on the benefits of humor and chocolate for your health. They will also offer some practical tips on how to become healthier - with a hint of laughter and high quality, organic chocolate.
Premiere Date: 6/9/2016
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York has the best preserved medieval old town in all of Britain. But even before the Middle Ages the Romans and Vikings left their marks here and the traces of such rich and colorful history can still be found around town.
Premiere Date: 6/8/2016
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Recorded on 02/16/2016.
Premiere Date: 6/6/2016
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Recorded on 03/09/2016.
Premiere Date: 6/6/2016
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Highlights of the lively and informative symposium on natural climate solutions hosted by the Policy Institute for Energy, Environment and the Economy at UC Davis.
Premiere Date: 6/3/2016
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Advances in genome sequencing hold tremendous promise for providing answers, tailored therapies and in some case cures for undiagnosed patients. However, how to interpret and act upon volumes of complex genomic data remains a challenge for sequencing providers, physicians and their patients and families. Dr. Jennifer Friedman, Rady Children's Hospital, uses case-based examples to demonstrate promises and pitfalls encountered in application of genomic sequencing to diagnose patients with rare disease.
Premiere Date: 6/2/2016
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A huge sculpture park has opened off Lanzarote one of the Canary Islands. The works by Jason deCaires Taylor can only be seen by divers. The museum is also intended to help revive coral reefs.
Premiere Date: 6/1/2016
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In this talk, Wenda Trevathan of New Mexico State University focuses on energetic and biomechanical factors that converge at the time of birth to set the stage for an enormously expanded role of childrearing in human evolution. Recorded on 02/21/2014.
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Renowned climatologist V. Ramanathan from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography makes a moral argument for mitigating climate change, arguing that it is caused by a fraction of the world's population but is affecting everyone on this planet. He urges scientists and policy makers to reach out to religious leaders, as he has done with the Pope and the Dalai Lama, and ask them to join together in pursuing solutions for the common good.
Premiere Date: 5/30/2016
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A third of premature deaths in the US are attributable to poor nutrition and physical inactivity. Only 10% of Americans eat a healthy diet consistent with current nutrition recommendations. Dr. Robert Baron explains why you should care about what you eat and how to eat for healthfully. Recorded on 02/17/2016.
Premiere Date: 5/30/2016
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