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Richard Pak, Clemson – Technological Trust

Can you put too much trust in technology? Richard Pak, a psychologist at Clemson University, is

Mitch Grayson, Medical College of Wisconsin – Asthma Research

Asthma is an exceptionally common issue. Mitch Grayson, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medicine, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

Heather O’Connell, Rice University – Modern Segregation

Discussions about race and race relations are always in the news. Today on The Academic Minute, Heather

Mega Subramaniam, UMaryland – HackHealth

Digital literacy is vitally important in today’s world of technology. Mega Subramaniam, a professor at the

Valerio Scarani, National University of Singapore – Quantum Randomness

Quantum physics deals with some fascinatingly abstract concepts. Valerio Scarani, Professor in the Department of Physics and

Nabil Grace, LTU – Building Better Bridges

Discussions about our failing infrastructure seem to dominate the nightly news. Nabil Grace, a structural engineer

Michelle Mondoux, Holy Cross – Sugar, Sex and Aging

New research into how we process sugar on a molecular level are offering insights into our

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.9.14)

  This Week on The Academic Minute 2015.9.14 Monday, September 14 Michelle Mondoux of the College

The Academic Minute for 2015.9.7 – 9.11

Catch up with The Academic Minute from 9.7 – 9.11 Monday, September 7 Vicki Howard –

John Cullinan, Bard College – Voting and Math

Is our current voting system the most fair? John Cullinan, mathematician at Bard College, examines the