(October 7, 2009) A panel of experts, including Zephyr Frank, David Kennedy, Mark Thurber, Peter Vitousek, David Brady and Scott Fendorf, discusses approaches to interdisciplinary environmental research and considers two new Environmental Venture Project proposals presented by Pat Brown and Kari Nadeau from the Stanford Medical School.
Woods Institute for the Environment
Woods Institute Environmental Venture Projects
Stanford University Channel on YouTube
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