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This presentation of links to past programs and videos was made possible by the generous support of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District on behalf of Grossmont College.

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All Programs (April 2009 – present)

May 5, 2017: Self-Driving Cars|  Video

April 3, 2017:Technology Assisting Diplomacy: Security and Trade across Borders| Video

March 1, 2017:Data Science, Technology, and Medicine| Video

February 1, 2017: Rare Disorders: Why should you care? |  Video

January 4, 2017: Robotics for Assisted Living | Video 

December 7, 2016: Ethics of Climate Change and Climate Engineering | Video 

November 2, 2016: Brain scans: Can they really tell us if you’re lying or in love? | Video 

October 5, 2016: Zika Virus: What, Why, and When? | Video 

June 1, 2016: Crowdsourcing Science, Parkinson’s, and Stem Cells | Video 

May 4, 2016: What Wearable Cameras and GPS Can Teach Us About Human Behavior | Video

April 6, 2016: Genome Sequencing in the Clinic: Promises and Pitfalls | Video

March 2, 2016: In-Home Studies Using Video-Game Training for Autism | Video

February 3, 2016: Personal Health Data in the Digital Age | Video

December 2, 2015: Neglected Diseases: Can social good trump profit? | Video

November 4, 2015: Editing the Genome of Mosquitoes | Video

October 7, 2015: Personalized Medicine, Big Data, and Innovating to Improve HIV Health Care | Video

May 6, 2015: Why What You Know About Protecting Privacy Might Be Wrong | Video

February 4, 2015: Preventing HIV by Understanding Patterns of Transmission | Video

June 4, 2014: Ethicists Confront Cancer: When the Professional Becomes Personal | Video

May 14, 2014: Targeted Immunotherapy to Revolutionize Cancer Treatment | Video

April 2, 2014: Communicating through the Cancer Journey: Can we talk? | Video

February 25, 2014: The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer | Video

February 5, 2014: Are We on the Path to Curing Cancer in the Era of Genomics and Proteomics? | Video

December 4, 2013: Winning the War Against Cancer in the Genomics Era: Is it about time? | Video

November 7, 2013: Neurogaming: What’s Neuroscience and Ethics got to do with it? | Video

October 2, 2013: Lessons from a One-Eyed Surgeon | Video

August 7, 2013: Drones and Other UAVs: Benefits and Risks | Video

June 5, 2013: Women in Science: 50 years after Silent Spring | Video

April 3, 2013: Elephants or People? Ethical Dilemmas in Recovering Endangered Species | Video

March 6, 2013: Silent Spring Series: Global Climate Change and Emerging Infectious Disease | Video

February 8, 2013: Silent Spring Series: Silent Spring +50: Lessons from San Diego’s Bees and Bays | Video

December 5, 2012: Rachel Carson’s Legacy: Finding the Wisdom and Insight for Global Environmental Citizenship | Video

October 17, 2012: Alternatives to Insecticides: High Impact Solutions Without Environmental Trade-Offs | Video

September 5, 2012: The Patients are Waiting: How can we do better? | Video

August 8, 2012: Personalized Medicine: A Case Study of Academic-Industry Collaboration | Video

July 11, 2012: Academic-Industry Collaborations: Can we all just get along? | Video

June 6, 2012: Can the Community Help Overcome Barriers to Medical Research? | Video

May 2, 2012: Henrietta Lacks and Human Subject Research: A Look at Past, Present, and Future | Video

April 4, 2012: Is Henrietta Lacks Really Immortal? | Video

March 7, 2012: Health Care Disparities: The Palliative Power of Understanding Science | Video

February 1, 2012: The Conduct of Science in the Information Age | Video

January 4, 2012: Science Literacy and Underserved Populations | Video

December 7, 2011: What the Public Needs to Know about Clinical Trials | Video

June 1, 2011: Stem Cell and Informed Consent: What’s the right balance? | Video

May 4, 2011: Who owns your cell phone? | Video

April 6, 2011: Science for Human Rights: Quantitative Methods for Security and Humanitarian Aid | Video

March 2, 2011: The Ethics of Cooling the Planet through Geo-Engineering, Part 3 | Video

February 2, 2011: Should patients have a voice in FDA drug approval? | Video

January 5, 2011: Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Do unfertilized human eggs offer another way? | Video

November 3, 2010: The Ethics of Cooling the Planet through Geo-Engineering, Part 2 | Video

October 6, 2010: The Ethics of Cooling the Planet through Geo-Engineering, Part 1 | Video

September 1, 2010: Synthetic Genomics: Who is watching? | Video

August 4, 2010: Analysis of HIV Networks: Can we protect both public health and confidentiality? | Video

July 7, 2010: Will we be ready when the petroleum runs out? | Video

April 7, 2010: Do you have to be a criminal to study crime? | Video

March 3, 2010: Who owns the data? I | Video

March 3, 2010: Who owns the data? II | Video

February 3, 2010: Climate Change Challenges I | Video

February 3, 2010: Climate Change Challenges II | Video

December 2, 2009: Fact vs. Hype in Science News | Video

October 7, 2009: Ethics Center 5th Anniversary Program | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? I | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? II | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? III | Video

July 1, 2009: Can we share electronic information without losing our privacy? I | Video

July 1, 2009: Can we share electronic information without losing our privacy? II | Video

July 1, 2009: Can we share electronic information without losing our privacy? III | Video

June 3, 2009: Facing Pandemics: Science, Ethics, and Uncertainty I | Video

June 3, 2009: Facing Pandemics: Science, Ethics, and Uncertainty II | Video

May 6, 2009: Stem Cell Therapy: Are we ready? | Video

April 1, 2009: Smart Drugs: How smart are they? | Video

Science and Society Programs

May 5, 2017: Self-Driving Cars|  Video

April 3, 2017:Technology Assisting Diplomacy: Security and Trade across Borders| Video

February 1, 2017: Rare Disorders: Why should you care? |  Video

October 5, 2016: Zika Virus: What, Why, and When? | Video 

December 2, 2015: Neglected Diseases: Can social good trump profit? | Video

June 5, 2013: Women in Science: 50 years after Silent Spring | Video

April 3, 2013: Elephants or People? Ethical Dilemmas in Recovering Endangered Species | Video

December 5, 2012: Rachel Carson’s Legacy: Finding the Wisdom and Insight for Global Environmental Citizenship | Video

September 5, 2012: The Patients are Waiting: How can we do better? | Video

June 6, 2012: Can the Community Help Overcome Barriers to Medical Research? | Video

May 2, 2012: Henrietta Lacks and Human Subject Research: A Look at Past, Present, and Future | Video

March 7, 2012: Health Care Disparities: The Palliative Power of Understanding Science | Video

February 1, 2012: The Conduct of Science in the Information Age | Video

January 4, 2012: Science Literacy and Underserved Populations | Video

December 7, 2011: What the Public Needs to Know about Clinical Trials | Video

April 6, 2011: Science for Human Rights: Quantitative Methods for Security and Humanitarian Aid | Video

February 2, 2011: Should patients have a voice in FDA drug approval? | Video

September 1, 2010: Synthetic Genomics: Who is watching? | Video

August 4, 2010: Analysis of HIV Networks: Can we protect both public health and confidentiality? | Video

December 2, 2009: Fact vs. Hype in Science News | Video

October 7, 2009: Ethics Center 5th Anniversary Program | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? I | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? II | Video

August 5, 2009: Who owns your genes? III | Video

June 3, 2009: Facing Pandemics: Science, Ethics, and Uncertainty I | Video

June 3, 2009: Facing Pandemics: Science, Ethics, and Uncertainty II | Video