Two plays performed by the 9XM Players with music by The Kat Trio.
Sharon Long discusses waterborne pathogens and how they contaminate water sources.
John Hawks explores DNA research that show humans are connected to Neanderthals.
Kim Tschudy shares the stories of southern Wisconsin towns that no longer exist.
Atul Gawande and Anne Strainchamps explore quality of life issues, death and dying.
Sarah Paul questions whether guilty thoughts and plans should be punished.
Patrick Jung delves into the myths surrounding Jean Nicolet.
Farm and industry experts explore ways to produce food for the growing population.
Cassandra Vanderwall, Shilagh Mirgain and Jen Sanfilippo discuss training for sports.
2014 Wisconsin Science Festival discussion of the human impact on climate.
Terese Allen, Ron Faiola and Robin Shepard explore the allure of supper clubs.
Peter Crane focuses on the life cycle of the ginkgo tree.
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