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October 23, 2018
A new treatment for ALS could be on the way. In today's Academic Minute, St. Lawrence University's Joe Erlichman explores why looking small -- at cerium dioxide nanoparticles -- could help get the treatment where it needs to go.

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January 27, 2011
Editor Jodee Stanley of Ninth Letter discusses with Creative Writing and Art & Design Faculty at the University of Illinois the collaborative nature of producing the award-winning literary journal.
January 26, 2011
In today’s Academic Minute, American International College's Gary Lefort discusses how large chain stores and restaurants weigh cultural differences when opening branches outside the United States. Lefort leads the Department of International Business at American International.
January 26, 2011
Poet and writing program administrator Steve Davenport talks about poetry and lyrics—and co-writes a song or two—with indie musician Bruce “Bruiser” Rummenie.  
January 25, 2011
n today’s Academic Minute, the University of Albany's Robert Geer discusses how the ability to manipulate atoms and create new materials is at the heart of humanity’s technological future. Geer is vice president for academic affairs at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering. Find out more about him here.
January 24, 2011
In today's Academic Minute, the University of Notre Dame's Mary Ellen O’Connell examines the Central Intelligence Agency's use of armed drones and the implications of their wider use by the United States and other countries. O'Connell, the Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution at Notre Dame, is author of The Power and Purpose of International Law. You can find out more about her here.

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