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This collections features audio and video from guest speakers to the campus of Franklin & Marshall College.

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    Little Worm, Big Broom: Chromosome-scale selective sweeps in C. elegans by Joshua Shapiro

    Little Worm, Big Broom: Chromosome-scale selective sweeps in C. elegans by Joshua Shapiro

    • 1 hr
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    Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair by Michael Deibert

    Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair by Michael Deibert

    Michael Deibert is the author of the forthcoming "Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair." Sponsored by the International Studies Program. Recorded April 2, 2013 in the Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP.

    • video
    Alaskan headwater streams, landscape linkages between juvenile salmon, adler, and bluejoint by Dennis Whigham

    Alaskan headwater streams, landscape linkages between juvenile salmon, adler, and bluejoint by Dennis Whigham

    Dennis Whigham is a Senior Botanist at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.

    • 53 min
    • video
    Achieving Balance in the Nervous System: Lessons from the Heart and the Brain

    Achieving Balance in the Nervous System: Lessons from the Heart and the Brain

    Susan Birren is a professor at Brandeis University. Part of the Biology Free Hour Seminar Series. Sponsored by the Department of Biology. Recorded April 10, 2012 in Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP. NOTE: No audio until 26 minutes in.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    • video
    Know Your Anemone: A Cell Biologist's View of Coral Reefs

    Know Your Anemone: A Cell Biologist's View of Coral Reefs

    Elizabeth Vallen, Ph.D. is a professor at Swarthmore College. Part of the Biology Free Hour Seminar Series. Sponsored by the Department of Biology. Recorded April 3, 2012 in Bonchek Lecture Hall, LSP.

    • 1 hr
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    State Food Crimes: How Governments Deprive Their Citizens and Others Under Their Control of Food

    State Food Crimes: How Governments Deprive Their Citizens and Others Under Their Control of Food

    Rhoda Howard-Hassmann is the Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, where she holds a joint appointment in the Department of Global Studies and the Balsillie School of International Affairs. Part of Human Rights Awareness Week. Sponsored by the International Studies Program. Recorded on March 28, 2012, in Adams Auditorium, Kaufman Hall.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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