- Zippity doo daa upcoming date (Saturday, March 11, 2017)Donga Jong, Grand PooPaa
11 March, 2017
Zippity doo daa upcoming date (Saturday, March 11, 2017)
- Another Test Post passed date (Friday, March 03, 2017)
03 March, 2017
Another Test Post passed date (Friday, March 03, 2017)
- Test 2017 EventsTest, Testing
24 February, 2017
Is time travel science fiction, or a plausible reality? The idea of time travel has intrigued writers and scientists for over a century, with fictional storylines and scientific paradoxes that somehow still resist our full understanding. Physics professor and award-winning science fiction author Ken Wharton will use popular movies as a framework to outline several distinct categories ...
- Test 2017 Events – 25 Feb
23 February, 2017
Test 2017 Events - 25 Feb
- A Most Improbable Journey – Jan 24Walter Alvarez, Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences, UC Berkeley
24 January, 2017
Legenedary geophysicist Walter Alvarez discusses the insights in his latest book, “A Most Improbably Journey: A Big History of Our Planet and Ourselves.”
- Science of Living Younger – Jan 11Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn (Salk Inst.) & Dr. Elissa Epel (UCSF)
Why do some 60-year-olds look/feel 40, and some 40-year-olds look/feel 60? Telomeres and telomerase have much to do with it, and they’re under our control — at least partly!
- Healthy Aging – Jan 10Dr. Gregory Tranah, Senior Scientist (CPMC Research Institute) & Adjunct Professor (UCSF Epidemiology & Biostatistics Dept.)
Humans are living longer but are not necessarily healthier. The latest research on human health and longevity has identified factors that control the aging process. By increasing our understanding of the biology of aging, we are beginning to identify interventions that will significantly extend the years of health, happiness, and productivity.