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UNSW Medicine Dean's Lecture Series 2012 - Stem Cells in Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges (Audio podcast)

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George Negus hosts this debate on the use of stem cells in medicine, featuring speakers Dr Bernadette Tobin and Professor Alan Trounson.

TV shows and interview series

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For all the shows produced by UNSWTV for television and online channels.

Securing Our Future (AUDIO)

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Security is no longer just about bombs, tanks and fighting wars, according to Professor Alan Dupont, Director of UNSW's new Centre for International Security and Development.

Talking Point (audio)

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Some of UNSW's top thinkers talking about the things that matter.

Art From Out There - Talking Point with Dr Jennifer Biddle (AUDIO)

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Remote Indigenous art is hardly "traditional", argues Dr Jennifer Biddle from COFA's National Institute for Experimental Art.

BrainFood Lecture Cybercrime

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Talking Point - Our waterways under threat? (AUDIO)

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Dr Stuart Khan from UNSW's Water Research Centre outlines the implications of coal seam gas mining on our waterways and discusses the viability of drinking recycled waste water. 

2012 Wallace Wurth Lecture by Judge Sang-Hyun Song (AUDIO)

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The President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Sang-Hyun Song, delivers UNSW's annual Wallace Wurth Memorial Lecture. His speech, 'From Punishment to Prevention', marks the ICC's first 10 years.

Until the violence stops

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Australian Human Rights Centre lecture.



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