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The Michigan Channel on YouTube

See past Saturday Morning Physics talks whenever you desire. You may view Saturday Morning Physics (SMP) presentations on the new Michigan Channel YouTube.


Please click here to view a selection of past Saturday Morning Physics (SMP) presentations on your computer from the CARMA website.

Community Television Network (CTN)

Past Saturday Morning Physics talks are now telecast on the city of Ann Arbor Community Television Network (CTN), EduTV channel 18.

View or download CTN Program Schedules.

Sundays               12:00 PM

Tuesdays              11:00 PM

Fridays                  6:00 PM

Saturdays             7:00 AM

CTN Broadcast Schedule from Week of July 15 - Week of December 30, 2018
CTN Broadcast Date         Lecture Title Presenters Original Episode Date      
Week of
July 15
The Physics of Complex Systems Mark Newman February 10, 2018
Week of
July 22
Detection For Nuclear Nonproliferation Sara Pozzi February 17, 2018
Week of
July 29
Spins, Magnetism, and Computers Vanessa Sih March 10, 2018
Week of August 5 Taking the Plunge: The Physics of Roller Coasters David Gerdes April 12, 2018
Week of August 12 Using Physics to Fish For Cells Brandon McNaughton March 17, 2018
Week of August 19 Sounds, Shapes and Photosynthesis: Physics Is Everywhere Veronica Policht, Brain Worthmann and Chrisy Xiyu Du March 24, 2018
Week of August 26 Saturday Morning Physics Lite: Now with 40% Less Facts Monika Wood, Nicholas Arnold and James Detlefs April 7, 2018
Week of September 2 Bees Do It: Can Humans? Realizing Our Collective Intelligence Scott Page April 14, 2018
Week of September 9 The Artic and the Tropics: Worlds Apart, Both Amplifying Climate Change George Kling & Ivette Perfecto October 7, 2017
Week of September 16 Beyond our Solar System: Witnessing the Formation of Exotic Worlds Ilse Cleeves October 14, 2017
Week of September 23 Fine Tuning Our Universe Evan Grohs October 21, 2017
Week of September 30 The James Robert Walker Memorial Lecture: We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe Jorge Cham & Daniel Whiteson October 28, 2017
Week of October 7 The Machinery of Big Data Science Shawn McKee November 4, 2017
Week of October 14 Gravitational Wave Memory David Garfinkle November 11, 2017
Week of October 21 The Physics of Halloween Timothy Chupp & Gregory Tarle October 31, 2017
Week of October 28 In Awe of the Northern Lights Jose Francisco Salgado November 18, 2017
Week of November 4 Atomic Sensors: An Emerging Quantum Technology David Anderson December 2, 2017
Week of November 11 Topological Insulators: An Unexpected State of Matter Cagliyan Kurdak February 4, 2017
Week of November 18 3D Shadows: Casting Light on the Fourth Dimension Henry Segerman February 11, 2017
Week of November 25 The Antiups and Antidowns of Life: Studying Antiquarks in Hydrogen and Carbon Christine Aidala February 18, 2017
Week of December 2 Making Muons Great Again: The Fermilab Muon Program Julie Whitmore March 11, 2017
Week of December 9 Isotopic Fingerprinting of Toxic Metals Joel Blum March 18, 2017
Week of December 16 Particles, Planets and Crystals: Ph.D. Research Pushing the Boundaries of Physics Sabastian Ellis, Stephanie Hamilton & Tomoya Asaba March 25, 2017
Week of December 23 Thermoelectricity: Environmentally Friendly Power Generation Ctirad Uher April 1, 2017
Week of December 30 Hunting For Evidence of Galactic Cannibalism Sarah Loebman April 8, 2017

**If anyone would like to request replays they may do so by calling CTN directly at 734.794.6150.**