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SciCafe / Lectures Teen SciCafe: When a Pandemic Strikes with Jay Varma How could the world have been better prepared to meet the challenges of a global pandemic, and what can we do to help end it? SciCafe / Lectures Teen SciCafe: Virulent Viruses with Kishana Taylor Explore what viruses are and how they evolve and mutate with microbiologist Kishana Taylor, Ph.D., of Rutgers University. SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Hacking the Stars with Hakeem Oluseyi How can data about stars be “hacked” to answer questions about the universe? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Museum Library Collections Unleashed! The Museum’s historic Library collections are still helping scientists answer new questions today. SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: A Bright Future for Our Oceans? with Jeremy Jackson How have our oceans changed in the last 50 years, and how can humans help protect and restore them? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Microbial Worlds of the Deep Sea with Jeffrey Marlow Dive into the peculiar world of deep-sea microbes and explore the vital role these organisms play in our planet’s health. SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: The Raw Truth About Cooking with Rachel Carmody How do cooking and processing our food affect the way our bodies respond to nutrients? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Science of Love with Bianca Jones Marlin Journey into the hard science behind the controversial neurochemical oxytocin, also knows as the “love drug.” SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Teaming Up with Robots with Julie Shah How will the next generation of robots be better equipped to work side by side with humans? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: End of the Megafauna with Ross MacPhee How do scientists explain the mass extinctions of the strange, large animals that once roamed the Earth? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Technology Inspired by Nature with Tak-Sing Wong Find out how a carnivorous plant and a hungry cell have inspired new technologies with potentially life-saving applications. SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: The Milky Way as You've Never Seen it Before Fly through the galaxy using new data from the Gaia telescope.
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