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Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Interchange Series: Science - Natural & Physical

Interchange Series: Science - Natural & Physical

5 of 31 programs from the Interchange Series that offer in-depth interviews with experts focusing on their areas of study. Produced by the Stanford University Channel. Programs available on 5 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 5-Disc Set. (Complete Series available on 31 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 31-Disc Set.) Other focus areas in the series include: Computer Science; English; Health & Medicine; History; Law; Psychology; Science - Environment; U.S. & World Issues; Women's Studies. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

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Engineering and Computer Science

Engineering and Computer Science

John Hennessy, Professor of Computer Science, discusses the relationship of Stanford and the Silicon Valley; also his work in computer architecture and challenges facing the School of Engineering. 00/08DE SCA 30 min. Click for more


Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Elisabeth Pate-Cornell, Professor of Industrial Engineering, addresses risk analysis of large structures and systems, such as the space shuttle, operating rooms and off shore oilrigs. 00/08DE SCA 30 min. Click for more


Ants and Their Behavior

Ants and Their Behavior

Deborah Gordon, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and an expert on the behavior of ants and ant colonies, offers her fascinating insights into what ants know and how they know it. Produced by the Stanford University Channel. 00/08DE SCA 30 min. Click for more


Research and Discovery

Research and Discovery

Martin Perl, awarded the 1995 Nobel Prize in Physics, discusses his research, particularly the discovery of the Tau Lepton, which led to the Nobel Prize. 00/08DE SCA 30 min. Click for more


Super-Fluidity in Helium

Super-Fluidity in Helium

"Recommended. The physics discussed is accurate; also viewers can benefit from Osheroff's discussion of the scientific approach to the study of nature." -Science, Books & Films
Douglas Osheroff, 1996 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, talks about his work with super-fluidity in helium, how he learned he was Click for more





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