[LESS INFO] 17 VIEWS | ADDED 04:30:00 03/02/13
Maude Barlow, National Chair of the citizens' advocacy organization The Council of Canadians, on Water: The Most Pressing Women's Issue of All.
[LESS INFO] 29 VIEWS | ADDED 04:30:00 02/09/13
University of Toronto Zoology researcher, Susannah Varmuza, discusses the evolving field of Epigenetics and what research into such things as mouse coat colour is telling scientists about the age-old "nature versus nurture" debate.
[LESS INFO] 50 VIEWS | ADDED 04:30:00 01/26/13
Lieutenant General (retired) Andrew Leslie, the Former Chief of Transformation for the Canadian Armed Forces, discusses the lessons that can be learned from the Canadian military mission in Afghanistan. He explores how these lessons need to be applied to the Canadian Force's priorities in the face of future budget cuts.
[LESS INFO] 27 VIEWS | ADDED 04:30:00 01/05/13
Science writer Philip Ball on his book Curiosity: How Science Became Interested in Everything. Ball explores how the history of science was influenced by the cultural accetance or rejection of human curiosity.
[LESS INFO] 9 VIEWS | ADDED 04:25:00 01/05/13
Philip Ball - Question and Answer session following the lecture based on his book, Curiosity: How Science Became Interested in Everything