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Digital collection: Films@UM
Based on Erlich's best-selling book, The Population Bomb, the program features archival footage from around t...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Defines various terms describing cyberspace, and questions if computer technology is contributing to the soci...
53) Proteins (1994)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Focuses on proteins, the essential biochemical foundation of the cell that fulfill a variety of tasks within ...
54) Molecular biology (1993)
Digital collection: Films@UM
This program shows the various types of gene reproduction and examines the gene responsible for blood clottin...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Steve Jones investigates what constitutes Native American blood, then follows three individuals as they use D...
56) Lost tribes (1997)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Steve Jones travels from Israel's Plains of Armageddon to Africa's Great Zimbabwe to solve the age-old riddle...
57) Viruses (1994)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Examines how viruses, though incapable of reproducing outside of living cells, have developed refined strateg...
Digital collection: Films@UM
British biologist Richard Dawkins promotes his theory of the evolutionary creation of man and animals. Progra...
59) Bitter potion (1996)
Digital collection: Films@UM
In 1988, Peggy Carr died of an undiagnosed ailment, and her two sons became violently ill. An autopsy indicat...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Discusses change through mutation and origins of new species.
61) Eye of empire (1989)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Discusses how photography in the 19th century was often used as a tool of imperial science and exploration. T...
62) Domestic memories (1989)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Demonstrates how people reflect their own reality in taking photographs and participating in photography. Two...
63) The magic mirror (1989)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Examines the development of artistic photography from 1839 through its gradual move toward independence from ...
Digital collection: Films@UM
An overview of the early history of photography. Discusses The pencil of nature, by William Henry Fox Talbot,...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Examines the career and personality of geophysicist Marcia McNutt, tenured professor in earth sciences at M.I...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Examines the history of photography with an emphasis on the processes involved in creating photographs.
Digital collection: Films@UM
A documentary about Ada Byron Lovelace, focusing on her contributions to computers and computing. Lovelace, t...
68) The addicted brain (1987)
Digital collection: Films@UM
This documentary takes viewers on a tour of the world's most prolific manufacturer and user of drugs-the huma...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Brown University President Vartan Gregorian shares his views on the information age and how education must sh...
Digital collection: Films@UM
Patricia Smith Churchland, Professor of Philosophy, discusses startling new theories about how the mind works...
Digital collection: Films@UM
A literature teacher argues the benefits of on-line learning, while her department chairperson presents argum...
72) Virtual equality (1999)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Examines the urgent need in inner cities for technology-centered education through home computer access, comm...
73) Crossing the divide (1999)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Looks at the skills and education needed for tomorrow's workforce to prosper in the marketplace of the future...
74) Wired for what? (1999)
Digital collection: Films@UM
Teachers, administrators, and other education professionals share their experiences and opinions regarding th...
75) Bones of contention (1995)
Digital collection: Films@UM
This program provides an examination of the conflict between Native American groups and scientists, historian...