UWTV's Sound Sessions kicks off Friday nights, with music and more
UWTV is making it easier to get into a groove on Friday nights with the new music program Sound Sessions. The program features two new shows that highlight the thriving PNW music scene. Tune in for KEXP Live at 7 p.m., where you'll see the best of KEXP's in-studio performances. At 8 p.m., watch The Kickback, with videos and interviews from the Northwest's new and established musical talent.
Watch the new music shows online anytime at UWTV.org.
Personal Genomic Data
Tuesday, April 23 at 9 a.m.
The era of personalized medicine, guided by individual molecular variation in DNA, RNA and expressed proteins, brings new requirements and challenges to electronic health records. This program offers a review of biomolecular data and offers a possible approach to best representing this data in electronic form.
Human Memory and the Law
Thursday, April 18 at 11 a.m.
In numerous legal cases, resolution of critical
questions rests on an understanding of human cognition. For the past four
decades, experimental psychologists have been testifying in court as expert
witnesses who can educate juries about various aspects of how the human mind
works. Dr. Geoffrey Loftus explores the interplay between what we
see, what we think we see and what actually happens. Using real court cases,
Dr. Loftus outlines the pitfalls of relying on eyewitness testimony.
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Making Big Data Analytics Interactive in Real Time
Wednesday, April 24 at 11 p.m.
The rapid growth in data volumes requires new computer systems that scale out across hundreds of machines. While early models handled large-scale batch processing, the demands on these systems have also grown. New systems have been used in multiple industry and research applications, and have a growing open source community with 14 companies contributing in the past year.
Four Peaks: Geek is the New Chic
Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Todd Bishop left his traditional newspaper job to chart the future of online journalism with startup tech site GeekWire. He and his partner John Cook built a powerful brand and a devout following. But as GeekWire matures, can they maintain its strong community even as they seek new paths to growth? Will they have to court the mainstream and shed some of their "geek?"
Gnome’s Got Game
Husky Garden Gnomes ignite Husky Fever! Watch their temperature rise with the thermometer version or stand out from the crowd on their own bench.
Choose one (or more!) of the uniquely hand crafted gnomes.
Get your own Gnome home today!
UWTV Up Close
UW|360 host Carolyn Douglas, recently appeared on KOMO4's 4 p.m. newscast to promote the series now airing on KOMO. Tune in Saturdays at 4:30 p.m. on KOMO4 to see the latest stories from the UW.
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