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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 Michigan Channel YouTube.


Please view a selection of past Saturday Morning Physics (SMP) presentations on your computer taped by CARMA.

Saturday Morning Physics - Winter 2011

Saturday Morning Physics - 2011-2012

Saturday Morning Physics - 2012-2013

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.

Saturday Morning Physics broadcast times each week:

Sundays               12:00 PM

Tuesdays              11:00 PM

Fridays                  6:00 PM

Saturdays             7:00 AM

CTN Broadcast Schedule from Week of June 30 - Week of December 29, 2019

CTN Broadcast Date         Lecture Title Presenters Original Episode Date      
Week of    June 30
The Physics of Baseball Timothy Chupp October 18, 2014
Week of
July 7 
Constructing an Earth: Just Add Water Edwin Bergin February 9, 2019
Week of
July 14
Are Concussions the Downfall of Football? Steven Broglio, Ph.D. February 16, 2019
Week of 
July 21
Searching For Dark Matter with Antimatter Ilias Cholis February 23, 2019
Week of
July 28
Rare Events in the Short Happy Lives of Muons and Kaons Myron Campbell March 16, 2019
Week of
August 4
Taking the Plunge: The Physics of Roller Coasters David Gerdes April 12, 2008
Week of
August 11
From Tiny to Huge and Something in Between: Exploring the Universe of Neutrinos, Magnets, and Galaxies Lu Chen, Rory Fitzpatrick, Noah Weaverdyck March 23, 2019
Week of    August 18 Update on Physics From the LHC Thomas Schwarz March 30, 2019
Week of August 25 On the Shore of the Cosmic Ocean Thomas H. Zurbuchen April 6, 2019
Week of September 1 Why Physicists in Search of Dark Matter Are Building the Most Sensitive Radios Ever Made Ben Safdi April 13, 2019
Week of September 8 Opening Up the Solar System and Beyond: The Promise of Space Nuclear Power and Propulsion John Foster September 22, 2018
Week of September 15 Dark Matters Aaron Pierce September 29, 2018
Week of September 22 Gravitational Waves with LIGO: Beyond the Big Chirp Ansel Neunzert October 6, 2018
Week of September 29 The James Robert Walker Memorial Lecture: Bringing the Stars Down to Earth with the Most Powerful Accelerator in the World Artemis Spyrou October 20, 2018
Week of October 6 Living in the Anthropocene: Toward a Resilient Human Society Ben van der Pluijm October 27, 2018
Week of October 13 Particle Physics Buffet Dante Amidei November 3, 2018
Week of October 20 The Physics of Halloween Timothy Chupp & Gregory Tarle October 31, 2015
Week of October 27 The Proton Radius Puzzle Wolfgang Lorenzon November 10, 2018
Week of November 3 The Van Loo Family Lecture: Wrinkles, Crumples, and Origami: The Physics and Geometry of Thin Elastic Sheets  Ian Tobasco November 17, 2018
Week of November 10 The Great American Eclipse of 2017 David Gerdes February 3, 2018
Week of November 17 The Physics of Complex Systems Mark Newman February 10, 2018
Week of November 24 Detection For Nuclear Nonprolifertation Sara Pozzi  February 17, 2018
Week of December 1 Spins, Magnetism, and Computers Vanessa Sih March 10, 2018
Week of December 8 Using Physics to Fish For Cells Brandon McNaughton March 17, 2018
Week of December 15 Sounds, Shapes and Photosynthesis: Physics Is Everywhere Veronica Policht, Brain Worthmann and Chrisy Xiyu Du March 24, 2018
Week of December 22 Saturday Morning Physics Lite: Now with 40% Less Facts Monika Wood, Nicholas Arnold and James Detlefs April 7, 2018
Week of December 29 Bees Do It: Can Humans? Realizing Our Collective Intelligence Scott Page  April 14, 2018

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