SftPublic Programs 2021

Science for the Public programs are recorded and broadcast by Belmont Media Center and are uploaded also to WGBH Forum Network

January 04, 2021 Living in Space: Artificial Gravity and Bioastronautics
Ana Diaz Artiles, Texas A&M University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

January 11, 2021 How Ocean Acidification Harms Shellfish
Louise Cameron, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

January 14, 2021 I Wonder Why? Magic, Mystery and Mathematics in the Mundane
Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan, Ph.D., Harvard University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

February 15, 2021 Creating and Testing Vaccines
Florian Douam, Ph.D., National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL), Boston University School of Medicine
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

February 22, 2021 Probing the Causes of Cancer
Gerald V Denis PhD, FTOS, Boston University School of Medicine; BU-BMC Cancer Center
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

March 08, 2021 Neutron Stars and Gravitational Waves
Edo Berger, Ph.D., Harvard University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

March 22, 2021 A Wearable Brain-Stimulation Device
Shawn K. Kelly, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)

April 12, 2021 The Long Reach of Polar Glacial Melts
Natalya Gomez, Ph.D., McGill University (Montreal, Canada)
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA (Zoom)