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PET Broadcast Schedule on UCTV (Pacific)
12/5/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

Rabbi Donniel Hartman explores Jewish identity.
12/6/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

The ethics of using fMRI to analyze thoughts and actions.
12/7/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Recreating human physiology outside the body.
12/8/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

The power of exploration for discovery.
12/8/2016
Thursday
4:30 PM

Evolution of the human-like body of genus Homo.
12/12/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

A look at the career of make-up artist Michael Westmore.
12/13/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Reversing the cell death process.
12/13/2016
Tuesday
4:30 PM

Poet Nikki Giovanni reads a selection of her poems.
12/14/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Online teaching, sustainable agriculture, seismology.
12/14/2016
Wednesday
4:30 PM

What mapping the indoors entails and what it enables.
12/15/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

Wind and solar power as clean, green energy.
12/19/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

Niall Ferguson on international affairs past and present.
12/20/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Novelist discusses book with UCSD professor.
12/21/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Implications of Anthropogeny in Medicine and Health.
12/22/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

How animal forms evolved.
12/26/2016
Monday
4:00 PM

The contradictions of the life of Thomas Jefferson.
12/27/2016
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Preventing the Zika virus.
12/28/2016
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Implications of Anthropogeny in Medicine and Health.
12/29/2016
Thursday
4:00 PM

See what we learn from statistics, the science of data.
1/2/2017
Monday
4:00 PM

Rabbi Donniel Hartman explores Jewish identity.
1/3/2017
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Value of early childhood education explained.
1/4/2017
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Implications of Anthropogeny in Medicine and Health.
1/5/2017
Thursday
4:00 PM

How scientists create new elements.
1/9/2017
Monday
4:00 PM

Design as a strategic asset and transformation driver.
1/10/2017
Tuesday
4:00 PM

California higher education and legislative process.
1/11/2017
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Wind and solar power as clean, green energy.
1/12/2017
Thursday
4:00 PM

A conversation with urbanist Richard Florida.
1/16/2017
Monday
4:00 PM

An exploration of the multimedia artist's body of work.
1/16/2017
Monday
4:30 PM

Trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos leads students in concert.
1/17/2017
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Ophthalmology; Breaking Habits; Pirates.
1/18/2017
Wednesday
4:00 PM

The importance of understanding changes in the oceans.
1/19/2017
Thursday
4:00 PM

Recreating human physiology outside the body.
1/23/2017
Monday
4:00 PM

Co-founder of TalentSmart.
1/23/2017
Monday
4:30 PM

AIDS researcher on her work in San Francisco and Kenya.
1/24/2017
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Director Ezra Edelman discusses the series.
1/25/2017
Wednesday
4:00 PM

America's newest research vessel: R/V Sally Ride.
1/26/2017
Thursday
4:00 PM

Using gut microbes for chemical production.
1/26/2017
Thursday
4:30 PM

AIDS researcher on her work in San Francisco and Kenya.
1/30/2017
Monday
4:00 PM

Explore ideas about death in Russia over the centuries.
1/31/2017
Tuesday
4:00 PM

Who are Muslims and what do they believe.
2/1/2017
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Amazing striking behaviors in the mantis shrimp.
2/2/2017
Thursday
4:00 PM

The rise of renewable energy in America.
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