Frontiers of Science Podcast Hour Episode 3

This week we have Dr. Daniel G. Nocera, a Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University. In this lecture entitled, “The Global Energy Challenge: A Moral Imperative for the University” DR. Nocera discusses how the earth must provide energy to 6 billion new energy consumers in the coming decades while combating the existential threat of climate change.

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Frontiers of Science Podcast Hour Episode 2

This week we have Dr. Cagan Sekercioglu an ecologist, biologist, and nature photographer. In his lecture entitled ‘Why Birds Matter: Conserving the World’s Birds and their Ecosystem Services”, Dr. Sekercioglu discusses the important role birds play in the world’s ecosystems and examines what the decline in birds means for humans.

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Frontiers of Science Podcast Hour Episode 1

This week we have Dr. Siegfried Hecker a nuclear scientist, Stanford professor, and former director of Los Alamos National Laboratory. In his lecture entitled “North Korean Nukes: What, How, and Why?” Dr. Hecker discusses his visits to North Korean nuclear facilities, the history of North Koras’s nuclear program, and its current capabilities. This lecture was recorded Jan. 19 at the Aline Wilmot Skaggs Building.

The Rostrum interview with Dr. Siegfried Hecker: http://kuteradio.org/talkshows/dr-siegfried-hecker/

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