Episode 198 – Vitamins and Medicine (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Vitamins and Medicine.” Richard A. Kunin, Past President of the Orthomolecular Medical Society and Gladys Block, Professor of Public Health, Nutrition, and Epidemiology at UC Berkeley, join Linus Pauling, 1954 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, in this exploration of the role of vitamins in the prevention of disease. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 197 – Economic Theory and Fluctuations in Output and Inflation (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Economic Theory and Fluctuations in Output and Inflation.” Dr. Kenneth J. Arrow, Professor of Economics Emeritus at Stanford University and 1972 Nobel Prize Winner in Economic Science and Professor John B. Taylor, Senior Fellow and Professor of Economics at the Hoover Institute, Stanford University, discuss economic theory and fluctuations in output and inflation. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 196 – Neurobiology (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Neurobiology.” Dr. Ron McKay, Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke and Dr. Marshall Nirenberg, 1968 Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology/Medicine, discuss the medical science of neurobiology. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 195 – Robotics (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Robotics.” Chuck Thorpe, Principal Research Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University and Dr. Takeo Kanade, Director of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, discuss the economics of robotics, advances in technology, and roadblocks to innovation. They also expand on the many educational and entertainment purposes of robots. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 194 – Reflections on Sociology and Social Change (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Reflections on Sociology and Social Change.” Dr. Alex Inkeles, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution and Dr. Robert Hessen, Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, reflect on sociology and social change in the modern world. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 193 – The Soviet Collapse (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “The Soviet Collapse.” Richard Pipes, Professor of History at Harvard University and Adam Ulam, Director of the Russian Research Center and Gurney Professor of History and Political Science at Harvard University, discuss the events and conditions which led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 192 – Why is there Evil? (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Why is there Evil?” Ulysses Torassa, Journalist for the San Francisco Examiner and Dr. Roy F. Baumeister, Professor of Psychology, Case Western Reserve University, discuss the origins of evil and why it exists. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 191 – Teaching Economics from a Historical Perspective (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Teaching Economics from a Historical Perspective.” Professor Hanna H. Gray, President Emerita, University of Chicago and Professor Robert W. Fogel, Director, Center for Population Economics, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, and 1993 Nobel Prize winner in Economics, discuss teaching economics from a historical perspective. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 190 – Is There a Distinct “American Culture?” (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Is There a Distinct American Culture?” Herb London, John M. Olin Professor of Humanities at New York University and John O’Sullivan, Editor for The National Review, discuss how to determine if there is a distinct American culture.Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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Episode 189 – Africa’s Agriculture Crisis (Podcast)

Today’s podcast is titled, “Africa’s Agriculture Crisis.” Dr. Norman Borlaug, 1970 Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Founder of the International Wheat and Maize Institute, Dr. Robert Chandler Jr., Founding Director Emeritus of the International Rice Research Institute, and Dr. Nyle Brady, International Development Consultant for the World Bank and United Nations discuss Africa’s agriculture crisis. Listen now, and don’t forget to subscribe to get updates each week for the Free To Choose Media Podcast.

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