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Latest Episodes

Jennifer Doudna in Conversation with Joe Palca

Hear about Jennifer Doudna's discovery of CRISPR/Cas9, a genome editing tool, and its bioethical implications. Doudna, Professor of Molecular & Cell Biology and Chemistry at UC Berkeley, speaks with NPR's Joe Palca. Series: "Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory " [Science] [Show ID: 33095]

58 MIN2018 MAR 12
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Jennifer Doudna in Conversation with Joe Palca

5 Big Questions: Cancer and Aging Radiation Biofuels Supernovae Urban Food Initiative - Science at the Theater

From simulating supernovae to growing food in our cities, Berkeley Lab scientists dive into the big questions that drive their research. Come hear Judy Campisi, Kai Vetter, Shashi Buluswar, Javier Ceja-Navarro, and Ann Almgren. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 32045]

78 MIN2017 APR 10
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5 Big Questions: Cancer and Aging Radiation Biofuels Supernovae Urban Food Initiative - Science at the Theater

5 Big Questions: Dark Energy Electron Microscopy Energy from Ocean Waves Climate and Building a Tabletop Accelerator - Science at the Theater

Every discovery and invention starts with a question. From wave energy to dark energy, find out how Berkeley Lab scientists dive into the big questions that drive their research. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 32044]

78 MIN2017 APR 3
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5 Big Questions: Dark Energy Electron Microscopy Energy from Ocean Waves Climate and Building a Tabletop Accelerator - Science at the Theater

Cleantech Pitchfest

Hear from six Berkeley Lab scientists with big new ideas designed to help transform our carbon-drenched, overheating world. These short presentations cover desalination, energy efficient window coating, capturing carbon, energy from ocean waves, alternate fuel for your car, and an app that compares fuel economy or EV range. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Show ID: 31928]

78 MIN2017 MAR 20
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Cleantech Pitchfest

Recycling CO2

Kendra Kuhl co-founded Opus 12 to find out if an electrochemical process, operating inside a desk-sized reactor, can do on an industrial scale what is often hailed as the Holy Grail of carbon-recycling research—convert CO2 captured from smokestacks into ethanol and other valuable products. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31941]

8 MIN2017 MAR 3
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Recycling CO2

MyGreenCar

A Berkeley Lab scientist specializing in all things vehicular—from powertrain technologies, vehicle electrification and vehicle-grid integration to advanced engine technologies, personalized fuel economy and EV range prediction—Samveg (Sam) Saxena is leading the development of a new app called MyGreenCar. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31942]

8 MIN2017 FEB 20
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MyGreenCar

CalWave

At CalWave, Marcus Lehmann is developing the WaveCarpet, which harnesses the power of ocean waves to produce electricity and freshwater. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31939]

6 MIN2017 FEB 20
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CalWave

DIY Efficient Windows

Replacing millions of porous windows with energy-efficient versions in older buildings and homes can be prohibitively expensive. Berkeley Lab’s Raymond Weitekamp, a Caltech PhD, has a new approach: an inexpensive, paint-on, energy-efficient coating that can be applied simply and evenly without the help of a professional—while the windows are still in place. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31938]

8 MIN2017 FEB 20
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DIY Efficient Windows

Nanoscale Sponges for Carbon Capture

Removing excess carbon from an overheating atmosphere is an urgent and complicated problem. The answer, according to Berkeley Lab’s Jeff Urban, could lie at the nanoscale. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31940]

8 MIN2017 FEB 13
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Nanoscale Sponges for Carbon Capture

Climate Change is Here. Now What?

Berkeley Lab Scientist, Bill Collins, discusses what we know about climate change, how we know it, and what we can do about it. Collins serves as the director for the Climate and Ecosystem Sciences Division at Berkeley Lab. He is also the director of the Climate Readiness Institute, a multi-campus initiative to prepare the Bay Area for climate change. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 30892]

78 MIN2016 JUN 20
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Climate Change is Here. Now What?

Latest Episodes

Jennifer Doudna in Conversation with Joe Palca

Hear about Jennifer Doudna's discovery of CRISPR/Cas9, a genome editing tool, and its bioethical implications. Doudna, Professor of Molecular & Cell Biology and Chemistry at UC Berkeley, speaks with NPR's Joe Palca. Series: "Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory " [Science] [Show ID: 33095]

58 MIN2018 MAR 12
Comments
Jennifer Doudna in Conversation with Joe Palca

5 Big Questions: Cancer and Aging Radiation Biofuels Supernovae Urban Food Initiative - Science at the Theater

From simulating supernovae to growing food in our cities, Berkeley Lab scientists dive into the big questions that drive their research. Come hear Judy Campisi, Kai Vetter, Shashi Buluswar, Javier Ceja-Navarro, and Ann Almgren. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 32045]

78 MIN2017 APR 10
Comments
5 Big Questions: Cancer and Aging Radiation Biofuels Supernovae Urban Food Initiative - Science at the Theater

5 Big Questions: Dark Energy Electron Microscopy Energy from Ocean Waves Climate and Building a Tabletop Accelerator - Science at the Theater

Every discovery and invention starts with a question. From wave energy to dark energy, find out how Berkeley Lab scientists dive into the big questions that drive their research. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 32044]

78 MIN2017 APR 3
Comments
5 Big Questions: Dark Energy Electron Microscopy Energy from Ocean Waves Climate and Building a Tabletop Accelerator - Science at the Theater

Cleantech Pitchfest

Hear from six Berkeley Lab scientists with big new ideas designed to help transform our carbon-drenched, overheating world. These short presentations cover desalination, energy efficient window coating, capturing carbon, energy from ocean waves, alternate fuel for your car, and an app that compares fuel economy or EV range. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Show ID: 31928]

78 MIN2017 MAR 20
Comments
Cleantech Pitchfest

Recycling CO2

Kendra Kuhl co-founded Opus 12 to find out if an electrochemical process, operating inside a desk-sized reactor, can do on an industrial scale what is often hailed as the Holy Grail of carbon-recycling research—convert CO2 captured from smokestacks into ethanol and other valuable products. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31941]

8 MIN2017 MAR 3
Comments
Recycling CO2

MyGreenCar

A Berkeley Lab scientist specializing in all things vehicular—from powertrain technologies, vehicle electrification and vehicle-grid integration to advanced engine technologies, personalized fuel economy and EV range prediction—Samveg (Sam) Saxena is leading the development of a new app called MyGreenCar. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31942]

8 MIN2017 FEB 20
Comments
MyGreenCar

CalWave

At CalWave, Marcus Lehmann is developing the WaveCarpet, which harnesses the power of ocean waves to produce electricity and freshwater. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31939]

6 MIN2017 FEB 20
Comments
CalWave

DIY Efficient Windows

Replacing millions of porous windows with energy-efficient versions in older buildings and homes can be prohibitively expensive. Berkeley Lab’s Raymond Weitekamp, a Caltech PhD, has a new approach: an inexpensive, paint-on, energy-efficient coating that can be applied simply and evenly without the help of a professional—while the windows are still in place. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31938]

8 MIN2017 FEB 20
Comments
DIY Efficient Windows

Nanoscale Sponges for Carbon Capture

Removing excess carbon from an overheating atmosphere is an urgent and complicated problem. The answer, according to Berkeley Lab’s Jeff Urban, could lie at the nanoscale. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 31940]

8 MIN2017 FEB 13
Comments
Nanoscale Sponges for Carbon Capture

Climate Change is Here. Now What?

Berkeley Lab Scientist, Bill Collins, discusses what we know about climate change, how we know it, and what we can do about it. Collins serves as the director for the Climate and Ecosystem Sciences Division at Berkeley Lab. He is also the director of the Climate Readiness Institute, a multi-campus initiative to prepare the Bay Area for climate change. Series: "Science at the Theater" [Science] [Show ID: 30892]

78 MIN2016 JUN 20
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Climate Change is Here. Now What?