KCPW broadcasts special programs from the Main Library and other locations live on 88.3 and 105.3. If you missed the live broadcast, you can access the recordings here.
If you missed Wednesday night’s live, Oxford-style debate at the Main Library, you can listen to it here in its entirety (files follow below): Local and state officials have clashed recently with the feds on everything from wild horses to ATVs to national monuments. While factors such as energy development, access and recreation have become flash […]
Lecture by J. Craig Venter, Ph.D. In 2010, Dr. Venter and his team at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) successfully constructed the first “synthetic bacterial cell” putting humankind at the threshold of a new phase of biological research, one that is enabling us to go from reading the genetic code (sequencing genomes) to now […]
The Tanner Humanities Center is proud to present the 2014 McMurrin Lecture on Religion and Culture Kathleen Flake Richard L. Bushman Chair in Mormon Studies at University of Virginia “The LDS Intellectual Tradition: A Study on Three Lives” This lecture begins with the definition of an intellectual as one who loves and is committed to […]
NHMU’s Lecture Series Thursday April 10th: “Exploring Your Genome: How Much Would You Like to Know?”
NHMU Lecture featuring Dr. Jeffrey Botkin Chief of the Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities Do you have gene variants associated with heart disease, cancer, or Alzheimer’s? Advances in genetic technologies will allow us to explore our personal genetic make-up in great detail, understand risks to our health, and provide new opportunities to […]
From the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Lecture Series: Biotechnology has given us a whole new toolbox for tinkering with life and the power to modify animals in profound new ways. Scientists have already created all sorts of new creatures, including glow-in-the-dark dogs, cloned cats, flu-free chickens, and super-smart mice. Join science journalist Emily Anthes […]