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PET Broadcast Schedule on UCTV (Pacific)
5/2/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

Egyptologists on challenges of research in ancient tombs.
5/3/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Interpretations of the Constitution in early America.
5/4/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

The origins and evolution of our ancestors.
5/5/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

Impacts of drought and climate change on groundwater.
5/9/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

Author and journalist discusses her work.
5/10/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Kurtz shares stories and artifacts from 1938 Poland.
5/11/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

How El Nino is impacting our urban coastal zone
5/12/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

Renowned scientist on finding consensus on tough topics.
5/16/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

French anthropologist, sociologist and physician.
5/17/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Legendary sports announcer on career, values, life.
5/18/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Scripps oceanographers on protecting the ocean.
5/19/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

Space dust, nanoscience, climate extremes, and farming.
5/19/2016
Thursday
4:30 PM

Feeding global population with sustainable practices.
5/23/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

Ramachandran on the study of the brain.
5/24/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Salk's sons and others on the centennial of Jonas Salk.
5/25/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Political scientists on impact of Paris COP 21.
5/26/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

Seismic hazard in the Bay Area and how they are studied
5/30/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

The challenges facing the scientific community.
5/31/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Journalist and analyst on complexities of covering wars.
6/1/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Scientist on moral case for addressing climate change.
6/2/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

UC San Diego VisComp and the future of visual computing.
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