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[Dytham, Mark and Klein, Astrid]Klein Dytham Architecture: Architecture is More

A lecture presented by European architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham who have been based in Tokyo for nearly twenty years. Their earlier work with interactive construction fences and sinuous furnishings has yielded to an unusual and eclectic architectural practice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 8, 2006. 65 min.

[Dytham, Mark] Hybrid Heaven

A lecture by Japanese Architect Mark Dytham of Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture. The firm is noted for it witty and creative projects using a variety of unusual materials, such as the fake-snakeskin of the Chu-Coo chair, silvery inflatable canopies for Virgin airlines, and a gummy-bear like synthetic rubber for an Italian outdoor bathtub. Their work is colorful, cleanly organized and highly popular with clients from advertising agencies to artists. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 19, 2003. 72 min.

[Eakin, Richard] Hans Spemann and Embryonic Development

Dr. Richard Eakin, professor emeritus of zoology presents Hans Spemann speaking about his investigations in embryonic development. c1973. 42 min.View this video online
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[Eakin, Richard] Louis Pasteur

Recreation of Louis Pasteur by Professor Richard Eakin of the Dept. of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley. 1974.View this video online
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[Eakin, Richard] William Beaumont and Alexis' Stomach.

Recreation of the scientist William Beaumont by Professor Richard Eakin, Zoology Dept., UC Berkeley.View this video online
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[Eakin, Richard] William Harvey and the Circulation of the Blood.

Recreation of William Professor Richard M. Eakin, Dept. of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley. [preservation copy]View this video online
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[Eakin, Richard]Charles Darwin

Professor Richard M. Eakin of the Dept. of Zoology, University of California presents a lecture in which he impersonates Charles Darwin in the words, dress, and manner of his time. Tells of his epic voyage on the Beagle, observations of Galapagos finches that figured in his conclusions on organic evolution, and the writing of the books in which he outlined his theory of natural selection. c1973. 24 min.View this video online

[Eakin, Richard]Gregor Mendel

Professor Richard M. Eakin of the Dept. of Zoology, University of California, presents a lecture in which he impersonates Gregor Mendel in the words, dress, and manner of his time. Describes his interest in heredity and his experiments with the pea plant, and comments on the elementen, his hypothetical units of heredity. c1973. 24 min. [preservation copy]View this video online

[Eggener, Keith]Latin American Architecture: Beyond Critical Regionalism

A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Professor Keith Eggener of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Dept. of Art history and Archaeology. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 27, 2006. 59 min.

[Ehrlich, Paul] Paul Ehrlich Lecture.

Noted environmentalist and social critic speaks on his work The Population bomb. Lecture held at the University of California, Berkeley, Nov. 9, 1983. 70 min.View this video online
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