Experience Harvard from Your Desktop

Experience Harvard from Your Desktop
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harvard lecture videoIf you've never had the opportunity to attend a lecture at Harvard, now is your chance. Harvard@Home is an online collection of videos covering Harvard lectures and events going back to 2001, which you can watch from your home, office, cafe, or wherever. There is also a special site, StudioSKG, which covers conferences, lectures, and special events from the John F. Kennedy School of Government. Here are just a few of the science and math videos available on Harvard@Home:
  • Changing Habitats... Vanishing Species: This symposium, a presentation of the Harvard Museum of Natural History, is a scientific discussion of how environments are changing, why species are being lost, and the long-term ramifications for human society.
  • Socks Before Shoes: Unraveling Cell Division: Professor of molecular and cellular biology at Harvard, Andrew Murray, describes the mysterious process that lines up chromosomes prior to cell division and offers clues to understanding chromosomal abnormalities.
  • Evolutionary Dynamics: Professor Martin Nowak discusses recent advances in our understanding of evolutionary dynamics and its application to genes, quasispecies, games, cooperative behavior, and human language.
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