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BYU's College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (CPMS) brings together the "hard sciences," including mathematics, physics and astronomy, chemistry, computer science, geology and more. Our programs focus on undergraduate, mentored research. Each week on our podcast we feature recent research and guests at the college. To learn more about CPMS, visit us on the web at http://cpms.byu.edu
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2012-09-27 12:20
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2013-01-25 16:40
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Robert Langer Izatt-Christensen Podcast

Robert Langer, a renowned professor at MIT, will speak on campus February 6 and 7 at the annual Izatt-Christensen lectures sponsored by the BYU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Department of Chemical Engineering. Listen to this podcast ...
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Honored Alumni Lecture Danny Young

Danny Young will present a lecture titled “Audacity, Curiosity and Trust: Elements of a Successful Career” on Thursday, October 11, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. in room 1170 of the Talmage Building.
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Summerhays Lecture Dr. David Grandy

The 2012 Summerhays Lecture with Dr. David Grandy will take place September 21 at 7 p.m. in 1080 HBLL. Grandy will use his expertise in philosophy of science to explain how science and religion can support each other.
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Izatt-Christensen Lecture 2012 - Dr. Richard N. Zare, Stanford

Dr. Zare, professor of Chemistry from Stanford University, will give his lecture titled “How to Be Successful” on Feb. 7, at 4 p.m. in the Varsity Theater of the Wilkinson Center. His technical lecture will be at 4 p.m. on Feb. 8 in room W112 of the Ez...
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Michael Bahr Full Lecture - Honored Alumni 2011

Michael D. Bahr, a BYU alumnus with both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in statistics, has been chosen as one of BYU’s 2011 honored alumni for demonstrating excellence and success in the professional world. He will be spoke on campus Thursday, Octo...
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Michael Bahr Podcast Interview - Honored Alumni 2011

Michael D. Bahr, a BYU alumnus with both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in statistics, has been chosen as one of BYU’s 2011 honored alumni for demonstrating excellence and success in the professional world. He will be speaking on campus Thursday, O...
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Dr. Welch - Full Summerhays Lecture

Last week, eager listeners crowded into a classroom until it overflowed, all of them anticipating Dr. John W. Welch’s lecture on science and religion. Welch has practiced and taught law for over thirty years and has extensive experience in religious re...
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Analyzing a Prophet's Voice with Dr. Eric Hunter

A BYU alumnus has more than heeded the call to listen to the prophet’s voice— he has broken ground in voice analysis by carefully studying 36 of Gordon B. Hinckley’s addresses. Dr. Eric Hunter of the National Center for Voice and Speech at the Univers...
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Dr. Welch on science and religion

Prominent religious scholar and law professor John W. Welch will discuss how religion and science differ and yet go hand in hand during the BYU Department of Physics and Astronomy’s annual Summerhays Lecture on September 22, 2011.
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Kent Seamons on Negotiating Trust: ITConversations podcast

How do you establish trust between between strangers on the Internet? Identity federation is one way to create a community of trust, but it relies on establishing the trust domains before the interaction. That doesn't work for many Internet transaction...
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Statistician Bradley Efron Speaks at BYU

Bradley Efron of Stanford University's Department of Statistics will speak at BYU on April 7th at 4 PM.
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Math and Music With David Kung Podcast

Math and Music With David Kung Podcast by CPMS News Podcast
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Ed Gholdston and NASA's Orion Spacecraft

Space exploration is advancing on several fronts, such as more routine low-earth orbits, more detailed study of objects in the solar system, and even into deep space, a project manager for a cutting-edge NASA program said at BYU’s College of Physical a...
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David Derrick - Astronomy, Science, Religion

Science does not contradict religious doctrines like the creation and the fall of man—in fact, it can be used to explain them, a prominent astronomy philanthropist said at Brigham Young University’s annual Summerhays Lecture.
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