Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Lecture Three

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Lecture Three - Fossils, Genes, and Embryos by David M. Kingsley, Ph.D. Tape 3 of 5.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Two

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Two - RNA as an Enzyme: Discovery, Origins of Life, and Medical Possibilities by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D. Tape 2 of 4.

These lectures were given in 1995, when Dr. Cech was Howard Hughes Mediacl Institute Investigator at the University of Colorado at Boulder. www.hhmi.org and www.holidaylectures.org

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Discussion - Reconciling Religion and Science

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Discussion - Reconciling Religion and Science with Sean Carrol, David Kingsley, James Wiseman and Michael Ruse. Tape 5 of 5.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Three

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Three - How to Accelerate a Reaction a Hundred Billion Times Using Only RNA by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D. Tape 3 of 4.

These lectures were given in 1995, when Dr. Cech was Howard Hughes Mediacl Institute Investigator at the University of Colorado at Boulder. www.hhmi.org and www.holidaylectures.org

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Four

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture Four - Life at the End of the Chromosome by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D. Tape 4 of 4.

These lectures were given in 1995, when Dr. Cech was Howard Hughes Mediacl Institute Investigator at the University of Colorado at Boulder. www.hhmi.org and www.holidaylectures.org

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture One

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - The Double Life of RNA - Lecture One - Catalysis: Chemical and Biochemical by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D. Tape 1 of 4.

These lectures were given in 1995, when Dr. Cech was Howard Hughes Mediacl Institute Investigator at the University of Colorado at Boulder. www.hhmi.org and www.holidaylectures.org

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Lecture One

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Evolution, Constant Change and Common Threads - Lecture One - Endless Forms Most Beautiful by Sean Carrol, Ph.D. Tape 1 of 5.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Confronting the Microbe Menace, Lecture Four

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - 2000 and Beyond: Confronting the Microbe Menace, Lecture Four - Emerging Infections: How Epidemics Arise, by Donald E. Ganem, M.D. Lecture 4 (of 4).

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Senses and Sensitivity - Lecture Two

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Howard Hughes Medical Institute Holiday Lecture Series - Senses and Sensitivity - Lecture Two The Science of Sight - Getting the Picture, by Jeremy Nathans, M.D., Ph.D. Lecture 2 of 4.

A. James Hudspeth, Ph.D., M.D., HHMI Investigator at The Rockefeller University.

Jeremy H. Nathans, M.D., Ph.D., HHMI Invesigator at The John Hopkins University School of Medicine.