Learn from the Best: On-Demand Online Video Lectures

With 5+ educational and entertaining livestream videos every week, we’re constantly adding great online video lectures to our library. Below are some recent additions to our video lectures library as well as some student favorites. You can browse by category or by typing some keywords into the search bar to the left. Access to all recorded online lectures comes standard with our membership, click here to learn more.

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Category : Science

Are the Machines Taking Over? The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence - Walter Sinnott-Armstrong/Duke (Live)
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong – Duke University

08/14/2019

Bioethics: The Dilemmas of Modern Medicine - Jeffrey Kahn/John Hopkins U (Live)
Jeffrey Kahn – Johns Hopkins University

08/14/2019

Einstein: The Man Behind the Myth
Matthew Stanley – New York University

08/14/2019

Ethical Dilemmas and Modern Medicine: Questions Nobody Wants to Ask
Jacob Appel – Brown University

08/14/2019

Forever Young: How Scientists Are Learning to Keep Us From Getting Old
Jill Helms – Stanford University

12/28/2020

Other Worlds: Discovering Planets Beyond our Solar System
David Helfand – Columbia University

10/15/2020

Science vs. Faith: Addressing History's Oldest Debate
Kenneth Miller – Brown University

08/14/2019

Unexplained Science: What Scientists Still Don't Understand
Matthew Stanley – New York University

10/03/2019

What Darwin Got Right, What Darwin Got Wrong
Susan Lindee / University of Pennsylvania

08/14/2019

What We Know About The Brain (And What We Don't)
Jessica Payne – University of Notre Dame

11/13/2019

Climate Change, Nature, and the Environment: What We Know and What We Don't
David Helfand – Columbia University

08/14/2019

The Jewish Brain: Neuroscience, Philosophy, Ritual, and Ethics
Andrew Newberg – Thomas Jefferson University

08/14/2019

What We Know (and don't know) About the Universe
David Helfand – Columbia University

08/14/2019

The Scientific Genius (and Rivalry) of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla
Craig Wright – Yale University

08/14/2019

The Scientific Genius of Marie Curie
Susan Lindee / University of Pennsylvania

08/14/2019

Understanding Memory: How it Works and How to Improve it
Thad Polk – University of Michigan

08/14/2019

The Flu Epidemic of 1918: Separating Fact from Fiction
Jennifer Keene – Chapman University

03/26/2020

Bioethics: Questions Nobody Wants to Ask
Jacob Appel – Brown University

04/12/2020

Understanding the Human Brain: A Users Guide
Heather Berlin – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

04/16/2020

Who Else is Out There? Intelligent Life in the Universe
David Helfand – Columbia University

04/16/2020

Covid-19 and Older Adults
Nir Barzilai MD, George Kuchel MD & Janet Lord

04/27/2020

Why We Weren't Prepared: America's Hospitals and the COVID-19 Crisis
Michael Sparer

04/29/2020

Vaccines: What They Are, How They Work, and Why They Take So Long To Develop
Jacob Appel – Brown University

05/15/2020

What's So Amazing About Birds?
Allison J. Shultz

05/20/2020

Did the Dinosaurs All Die in One Day? Drilling for Clues About What Really Happened
Sean Gulick

07/06/2020

Global Warming: Understanding the Facts of Climate Change
David Helfand – Columbia University

07/07/2020

When Germs Travel: Epidemics in American History
Allen Pietrobon

07/15/2020

The Buzz About Bees: Why They're Dying, and Why We Should Care
Judy Wu-Smart

07/08/2020

All About Elephants: Are They Just Like Us?
Caitlin O’Connell-Rodwell

07/30/2020

Science Fiction that Became Science (and Some that Didn’t)
Charles Adler

08/17/2020

Understanding Heredity: What We Know, And What We Don't
Carl Zimmer

08/20/2020

The Amazing World of Whales: Why They Sing, and Other Fascinating Facts
Stephanie Sardelis

09/22/2020

Science vs. Faith: Addressing History’s Oldest Debate
Kenneth Miller – Brown University

09/22/2020

Albert Einstein: The Man Behind the Math
Matthew Stanley – New York University

10/06/2020

The Hidden World of Chimpanzees: How They're Like Us, and How They Aren't
Emily Boehm

12/14/2020

Your Brain Goes to the Movies
Heather Berlin – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

12/22/2020

What’s So Great About Dogs? The Science of Canine Love
Clive Wynne / Arizona State University

02/18/2021

Rachel Carson and the Birth of the Environmental Movement
Susan Lindee / University of Pennsylvania

03/05/2021

Conservatory of Flowers: Rare and Special Plants, Big and Small
Matthew Stephens / Director, San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers

03/09/2021

The Future of Medicine
Ronald Tamler / Mount Sinai Medical

03/19/2021