Birds in High Places: the ecology and conservation value of northern mountains for avian biodiversity
- Kathy Martin's February 12, 2017 lecture. Join Kathy Martin for an exploration of northern alpine avian adaptations, and the implications of climate change for avian diversity.
Chimps in Space: A Century of Apes in Research
- Andrew Westoll's January 22, 2017 lecture.Join Andrew Westoll as he traces the medical research community's complicated relationship to the chimpanzee, from early psychological experiments, to the chimp's central role in the US Space Race, to their role in HIV/AIDS research.
Wizard oil? Science in the age of social media
- Ernie Prokopchuk's December 11, 2016 lecture. Explore the science behind some of the most popular stories trending on social networks these days.
Hot and Smoky: Is this our future?
- Mike Flannigan's October 16, 2016 lecture. What shape will 21st century forest fires take?
The North remembers: Genetic tales of camels and bison past
- Pete Heintzman's June 17, 2016 lecture.
Global and Arctic Fisheries as if People Mattered
- Daniel Pauly's March 20, 2016 lecture.
Recovery from the Exxon Valdez
- Scott Pegau's March 2, 2016 lecture. Twenty-six years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill off the coast of Alaska, how well has the environment recovered?
The Rise of the Industrial Drone
- Ian Glenn's February 28, 2016 lecture on the uses of drones in a diverse array of sectors such as mining and ecosystem monitoring.
Carnivores, roads and plants: how unexpected relationships change ecosystems
- Alberto Suárez-Esteban's December 7, 2014 lecture.
Ten Lessons from a Tiger
- The Ted talk John Vaillant distilled from his April 21, 2014 YSI lecture on how the fate of humans and tigers are linked, and what we might learn from these fellow apex predators about how to survive and thrive on this planet.
- Jennifer Gardy's April 13, 2014 lecture on using DNA to track and prevent disease.