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US-European Relations Past and Future - Ep. 392

Jeremy Suri Professor, Department of History, UW-Madison

Professor Jeremy Suri talks about the past, present, and future state of the relationship between the United States and Europe. He dives into the history of problems and achievements between some of the European leaders and the U.S.

DNA Sequencing and Beyond - Ep. 391

Josh Hyman Director, Biotechnology DNA- Sequencing Facility, UW Madison

Josh Hyman talks about the DNA sequencing that his facility handles as well as the advancements in DNA sequencing. He gives great insight as to why DNA sequencing is important and why people should care about it.

Climate Change and Health - Ep. 390

Jonathan Patz, Professor & Director of Global Environmental Health, UW-Madison

Professor Jonathan Patz speaks about his research regarding the health effect of global environmental changes.

Water Quality in the Madison Lakes - Ep. 389

Katherine McMahon, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UW-Madison

Katherine McMahon talks about the importance of the unseen organisms in the lakes in Madison and the role they play in the local quality of water. She speaks about microbiology, environmental chemistry, and technology as well as the affects of microbes, bacteria, etc. on our water systems.

The Role of Community in Creating Possibilities - Ep. 388

Margaret Wheatley Ed.D.

Margaret Wheatley lectures about the use of collaboration to solve work related challenges. She speaks about collaboration and partnering as approaches to problem solving.

Wisconsin in the Economic Recovery - Ep. 385

Mike Knetter, Dean, Wisconsin School of Business, UW-Madison

Dean Mike Knetter talks about the economy in relation to Wisconsin. First, he discusses that the US cycle of recession and recovery is actually global. Secondly, he says that these trends are always present and shape the opportunities we have as a region, state, and country. Finally, he focuses on opportunities in Wisconsin.

The Deer Dilemma - Ep. 383

Don Waller Professor, Department of Botany, UW-Madison

Dr. Don Waller looks at the high deer populations and what this means ecologically and economically for our community. He points out that deer are the most popular game animal as well as source for licensing revenue for the state. On the other hand, he looks at the spread of diseases and car accidents.

Chocolate and Compound Coatings - Ep. 382

Rich Hartel Professor of Food Science, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, UW-Madison.
Learn through your taste buds about the delectable world of chocolate and compound coatings with professor of food science Rich Hartel.

Reflections on the Situation in Iran - Ep. 381

David Morgan Professor of History, Middle East Studies and Religious Studies, UW-Madison.

David Morgan discusses the political leadership of Iran from the rise of the Ayatollah Khomeini to the present.

Arts Journalism 2.0 - Ep. 380

Douglas McLennan, Director of the National Arts Journalism project

Not long ago, public discussion, debate, and criticism of the arts were the domain of mass media, created and curated by professional journalists and critics. McLennan discusses ways artists, arts organizations, and arts professionals will need to adapt along with the shifting channels and credentials of this public discussion.

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