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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 2 - Week of December 31, 2107

CTN Broadcast Date                  Lecture Title Presenters Original Episode Date
Week of July 2 Topological Insulators: An Unexpected State of Matter Cagliyan Kurdak February 4, 2017
Week of July 9 3D Shadows: Casting Light on the Fourth Dimension Henry Segerman February 11, 2017
Week of July 16 The Antiups and Antidowns of Life: Studying
Anitquarks in Hydrogen and Carbon
Christine Aidala February 18, 2017
Week of July 23 Making Muons Great Again: The Fermilab Muon Program Julie Whitmore March 11, 2017
Week of July 30 Isotopic Fingerprinting of Toxic Metals Joel Blum March 18, 2017
Week of Aug. 6 Particles, Planets and Crystals: Ph.D. Research Pushing the Boundaries of Physics Sebastian Ellis,
Stephanie Hamilton
& Tomoya Asaba
March 25, 2017
Week of Aug. 13 Thermoelectricity: Environmentally Friendly Power Generation Ctirad Uher April 1, 2017
Week of Aug. 20 Hunting For Evidence of Galactic Cannibalism Sarah Loebman April 8, 2017
Week of Aug. 27 Epidemics, Kevin Bacon and the Internet: The Physics of Networks Mark Newman October 12, 2013
Week of Sept. 3 What It Takes to Find the Elusive Sub-Nuclear Giant! J. Wehrley Chapman October 26, 2013
Week of Sept. 10 Weighty Thoughts on the Origin of Mass James Wells November 2, 2013
Week of Sept. 17 Making the Chicken From the Egg: A Physicist’s View of Animal Development David Lubensky November 9, 2013
Week of Sept. 24 Mapping the Beginning of the Universe Jeffrey McMahon November 16, 2013
Week of Oct. 1 Seeing the Unseeable: Black Holes and Revelations  Ruben Reis November 23, 2013
Week of Oct. 8 Splash Gordon: The Origin of Water on Earth Ruud Visser December 7, 2013
Week of Oct. 15 Powering Cosmic Processes By Starlight Sally Oey February 8, 2014
Week of Oct. 22 Where the Solar Wind Blows Susan Lepri February 15, 2014
Week of Oct. 29 Cell Membranes: Using Physics to Function Sarah Veatch March 15, 2014
Week of Nov. 5 The Origin of Life: Chemistry as the Driver of Our Evolution Nils Walter March 22, 2014
Week of Nov. 12 Particles and the Nature of All Things: David Kaplan David Kaplan March 29, 2014
Week of Nov. 19 Results From Randall Lab: Graduate Students Share Their Research Benjamin Lawson, Timothy Olson and Jenna Walrath April 5, 2014
Week of Nov. 26 A Viking Navigational Aid: Polarized Light Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan April 12, 2014
Week of Dec. 3 Dynamic Locomotion in Humans, Animals and Robots C. David Remy October 11, 2014
Week of Dec. 10 Measuring Your Technique to Improve Your Game Noel Perkins October 25, 2014
Week of Dec. 17 Exploring the Solar System Beyond Neptune: Icy New Worlds From the Dark Energy Survey David Gerdes November 15, 2014
Week of Dec. 24 Peering Into the Atmospheres of Strange New Worlds Emily Rauscher December 6, 2014
Week of Dec. 31 The Mechanics of Running Daniel Ferris December 13, 2014

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