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Oral medicine deals with the diagnosis and management of diseases affecting the oral mucosa, salivary glands, and related oral structures and functions at interface of Dentistry and Medicine. Caroline Shiboski, Department of Orofacial Sciences at UCSF, explores what an oral medicine specialist does and shows some oral conditions and how they are diagnosed. Recorded on 11/19/2015.
Premiere Date: 4/11/2016
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Board games are enjoying a revival, even in this digital age. Even in Silicon Valley, computer nerds are also taking part in this old-fashioned fun. Ballroom dances like the waltz, tango and lindy hop are back in style. Interest in dance classes has been on the rise in recent years in Germany. The city of Freiburg is now even home to Europe's largest dance school. And, Cheese fondue - the traditional Swiss dish, is especially enjoyed during the cold season. The oldest recipe dates back to the 17th century. Learn which cheeses are best used to serve up this delicious treat.
Premiere Date: 4/6/2016
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Richard Schneider looks at how individual components of the face and skull achieve their proper size, shape, and functional integration during development and evolution. His goal is to devise novel therapies for regenerating tissues affected by birth defects, disease, and trauma. Schneider is in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF. Recorded on 11/12/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/31/2016
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Sleeping in a TV Tower. Davos: economic forum in ski paradise. Celebrity smartwatch blogger "Watch Anish"."Wroclaw, Poland: European capital of Culture 2016. Edgy designs at the Berlin fashion Week.
Premiere Date: 3/30/2016
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Danielle Brandman, MD, MAS, Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Gastroenterology, UCSF. Recorded on 11/06/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/29/2016
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Dental caries (tooth decay) is an infectious and transmissible disease. John Featherstone, Dean of UCSF's School of Dentistry, explores how to prevent and stop existing progressions through clinical intervention things you can do every day to help keep your teeth healthy. Recorded on 11/05/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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Natalia Molina, PhD, professor of history and urban studies at UC San Diego, traces the ways US public health and immigration policies intersected and influenced the country's response to Mexican immigration.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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Byron Washom, UC San Diego, and Susanna Hecht UCLA explore the challenges to scaling solutions. Recorded on 10/26/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016 Hits/Views: 9,183
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Filmmaker Iva Radivojevic joins Professors Bhaskar Sarkar and Laila Shereen Sakr of the Department of Film and Media Studies at UCSB for a discussion abput her poetic documentary Evaporating Borders that examines the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe. Recorded on 12/01/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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Two presentations from the Constructions of Terrorism Conference at UCSB in December 2015: The World vs. Daesh: Constructing a Contemporary Terrorist Threat with Scott Englund, UC Santa Barbara, and Contemporary Threat Roundtable led by Alan Cullison, Wall Street Journal. Recorded on 12/04/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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Soil really does matter! Join our distinguished panelists and learn about climate change's hottest topic-Soil! Find out how soil's ability to absorb carbon from the atmosphere may hold the key to solving the massive environmental problems caused by climate change. Panelists include:Ryland Engelhart and Calla Rose Ostrander of Kiss the Ground; Scott Murray, organic farmer and resource conservationist;Pablo Rojas, rancher, El Mogor Ranch, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California; Keith Pezzoli, Director of Urban Studies and Planning, UC San Diego; David Bronner, CEO, Dr. Bronner's; Justine Owen, soil scientist, UC Berkeley; and Michelle Lerach, Founder of the Berry Good Food Foundation.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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The amazing advances made in mapping the human genome don't alter one longstanding fact: when it comes to unlocking the scientific secrets of life, fruit flies rule. Uptal Banerjee, Chair of the the Department of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology at UCLA, explains that most principles that have been laid out in developmental biology - from mechanisms of stem cell maintenance to how a head differs from a tail - came from work in Drosophila Recorded on 10.06.2014.
Premiere Date: 3/28/2016
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Scientists at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) say that this year's super El Niño will have a devastating impact - and their fears are well-founded. Signs confirming those warnings are growing. El Niño is a weather phenomenon that appears every few years in the Pacific region. When the event takes place, the water in the eastern Pacific warms, while that in the west gets cooler. In this year the results have been devastating: forest fires in Indonesia, floods in South America, failed harvests and hunger in southern Africa. How much do scientists really know about El Niño? And what is the connection between El Niño and global warming?
Premiere Date: 3/24/2016
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Joseph Polchinski explores the battle in physics: either quantum mechanics must break down, or our understanding of spacetime must be wrong. The latest is the 'firewall' paradox: if quantum mechanics is to be saved, then an astronaut falling into a black hole will have an experience very different from what Einstein's theory predicts. This has led to many new ideas that may lead to the unification of these two great theories. Recorded on 07/15/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/23/2016
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Euromaxx caught the travel bug, and visited Europe's five most popular travel destinations. Among others we took a literary tour of Edinburgh, enjoyed the Island of Fuerteventura, and saw Berlin from above.
Premiere Date: 3/23/2016
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Loss of teeth has many associated problems. Arun Sharma, BDS, explores the implications of lost teeth and different implant strategies that might help. Recorded on 10/29/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/21/2016
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