1 hour 25 minutes
John Rader Platt, an American physicist and biophysicist and professor at University of Chicago, turned his attention to social science in the 1970s. In the first of two lectures, Platt surveys the important scientific discoveries that have been made since 1945 and their impact on society. This lecture is part of the "Ecosystems" series of lectures sponsored by Sigma Xi- Earth Resources Ltd.
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Ecosystems, Discoveries in science -- Social aspects
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 1/4 track, mono
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Platt, John Rader, ""Rates of Change (Lecture 1)"" (1978). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 187.