SftPublic Programs 2018

Science for the Public programs are recorded through the services of Belmont Media Center

January 30, 2018 What Should We Talk about When We Talk about Heath? Sandro Galea, M.D., DrPH, Boston University
2018 SftPublic Science Literacy Series at MIT

February 12, 2018 Climate Change: How to Think Globally & Act Locally Dan Cziczo, Ph.D., MIT
2018 Science Literacy series at Belmont Public Library

February 13, 2018 Ecological and Psychological Perspectives on Climate Change Brian Helmuth, Ph.D. and John Coley, Ph.D. both Northeastern University
2018 SftPublic Science Literacy Series at MIT

February 20, 2018 Industrial Agriculture and the Humble Strawberry Julie Guthman, Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

March 06, 2018 There Is More Than Enough Renewable Energy Mara Prentiss, Ph.D., Harvard University
2018 Science Literacy series at Belmont Public Library

March 27, 2018 The Biological Mind Alan Jasanoff, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

April 10, 2018 Infinitely Small to Infinitely Great: The Search for Microbial Life on Other Worlds Peter Girguis, Ph.D., Harvard University
2018 SftPublic Science Literacy Series at MIT

April 24, 2018 The Science –and Oft-Ignored Side Effects –of Geoengineering Daniel Cziczo, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2018 SftPublic Science Literacy Series at MIT

May 08, 2018 Nanotechnology Advances for Healthcare and Environment Sameer Sonkusale, Ph.D., Tufts University
2018 SftPublic Science Literacy Series at MIT

May 15, 2018 Science Speculations: Time Travel David Toomey, Ph.D., UMASS-Amherst
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

June 21, 2018 Take Action! How We Can Save the Environment Wendy Jacobs, J.D., Harvard Law School
2018 Science Literacy series at Belmont Public Library

August 16, 2018 New Ways of Imaging the Brain, Alan Jasanoff, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Working Science series

August 21, 2018 How Delayed Release of Industry Data on Chemical Toxicity Impacts Health Philippe Grandjean, D.M.Sc, M.D., University of Southern Denmark; Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

August 30, 2018 Art and Nature: A Special Exhibit. Susan Heideman and Michelle Lougee
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

October 11, 2018 Language Acquisition: How Many Languages Can You Learn? Evelina Fedorenko, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School/MGH
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

November 13, 2018 The Geometric Basis of Structure and Motion
Ileana Streinu, Ph.D., Smith College, MA; Ciprian Borcea, Ph.D., Rider University, RI
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

November 15, 2018 Dark Matter and Other Cosmic Mysteries Julian B. Munoz, Ph.D., Harvard University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

November 27, 2018 The War on Science: What We Need to Do Andrew Rosenberg, Ph.D., Union of Concerned Scientists
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

December 11, 2018 What’s Happening at the Large Hadron Collider Markus Klute, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center