Interdisciplinary Collaboration (Audio)
by Carnegie Mellon University
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Carnegie Mellon's success is in large part rooted in our ability to collaborate across disciplines: we harness novel, sometimes unlikely, combinations of talent and resources to solve major scientific, technological and societal challenges of our day.
||From Silent Spring to Silent Night||Tyrone Hayes, Associate Professor, Integrative Biology, University of California-Berkeley delivered the Carnegie Mellon University Steinbrenner Lecture "From Silent Spring to Silent Night: Hermaphroditic Frogs, Breast Cancer, and Pesticides"||4 6 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Environmental Challenges to Human Fertility||Shanna Helen Swan, Professor, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester delivered the Carnegie Mellon University Steinbrenner Lecture "Environmental Challenges to Human Fertility: Three Case Studies."||4 6 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||A Revolution in Environmental Health Sciences||Dr. John Peterson Myers of Environmental Health Services delivered the Carnegie Mellon University Steinbrenner Lecture “A Revolution in Environmental Health Sciences: New Opportunities To Prevent Genetic Diseases.”||4 6 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Interplay of Arts & Technology||Inspire Innovation: On June 20, 2009, Carnegie Mellon brought together a panel of leading industry experts, faculty and alumni to discuss how the increasing interplay of arts and technology is having a dramatic impact on our lives.||26 6 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||TechBridgeWorld||Carnegie Mellon Prof. Dias leads technologists who are innovating and implementing technology solutions to meet sustainable development needs around the world.||2 4 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Entertainment Technology Center Goes Global||Don Marinelli, the executive producer of the Entertainment Technology Center, on the global aspect of entertainment technology studies at Carnegie Mellon.||2 4 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Science, Exploration and Emotion||Inspired at an early age by the romance and excitement of exploration and science, former astronaut and Carnegie Mellon Prof. Jay Apt has led a unique life's journey in pursuit of his many passions.||18 3 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Medical Robotics||Carnegie Mellon alumnus Dr. Tony DiGioia uses his engineering background to improve orthopedic surgery with medical robotics.||18 3 2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Why Carnegie Mellon?||Carnegie Mellon students explain their decision to attend Carnegie Mellon University.||2 10 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Quality of Life||Carnegie Mellon's Jim Osborn on current and future initiatives in robotics, intelligent system technologies, and their application in improving the lives of people who are aging or disabled.||2 10 2007||Free||View In iTunes|