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Cafe Scientifique | ISU's Asteroid Deflection Research (#104)

Cafe Scientifique | ISU's Asteroid Deflection Research (#104)

posted on June 8, 2012 at 2:12 PM

Full Program: At this moment there may be an asteroid or comet hurtling towards the Earth that could wipe out civilization and/or bring about global climate change. In this Café Scientifique, the director of the Asteroid Deflection Research Center at Iowa State... Read More »
Cafe Scientifique | Water Quality (#103)

Cafe Scientifique | Water Quality (#103)

posted on April 5, 2012 at 4:17 PM

Full Program: Café Scientifique takes a virtual tour of central Iowa's streams. The scientific panel analyzes the connections between what humans are doing on the land and how that effects "what's in the water." The presenters, all from Iowa State University... 57:44 Read More »
Cafe Scientifique | Urban Archaeology (#102)

Cafe Scientifique | Urban Archaeology (#102)

posted on March 9, 2012 at 10:25 AM

Full Program: By uncovering a 7,000 year old settlement, finding Iowa’s oldest human remains - and also the state’s best-preserved village - Iowa scientists are learning new details about pre-historic Midwestern living. On Tuesday, March 6th, 2012, the... 58:10 Read More »
Cafe Scientifique | Particles Collide and Wreckage Flies (#101)

Cafe Scientifique | Particles Collide and Wreckage Flies (#101)

posted on February 10, 2012 at 10:18 AM

Full Program: Dr. Thomas Meyer, a recently retired ISU Adjunct Physics Professor, has a continuing role in research and science at both the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, and the CERN laboratory in Switzerland. In this lecture, "Particles Collide and... 55:03 Read More »

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