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ScienceWhys >
ScienceWhys: Questions at the Confluence of Science and Ethics is a new Nobel Conference podcast. When big scientific questions meet big ethical questions, the waters can get pretty choppy. Lisa Heldke, philosopher and director of the Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College, interviews scientists, researchers, scholars and thinkers about how science and ethics mingle, eddy, roil and churn in their own work. The podcast for anyone who hears about a scientific breakthrough and thinks “what are the downstream consequences of that?”

Yoga for Cancer >
Join Gustavus theater and dance professor Michele Rusinko in this three-part series on yoga for cancer. Each session is approximately 20 minutes and is designed for beginners.

Science Minutes > 
Short presentations on basic topics in cancer science, created by Gustavus students. This is an easy way to learn some of the foundational concepts that will be discussed in 2020 Nobel Conference. You can find a link to a specific Science Minute in the relevant category below.

Healthy Cooking >
Join Gustavus Dr. Stephanie Otto and Nate Otto of the Health and Exercise Science Department at Gustavus Adolphus College for this three-part cooking demonstration. The meal was selected based on the American Cancer Society dietary guidance.

Cancer Stories >
Write your own story, read stories, view stories through the fine arts, or listen to stories about cancer.

History of Cancer >
The History of Cancer is series of three "mini-lectures" by historian of science Dr. Helen King, Professor Emerita of Classical Studies at the Open University in England. Dr. King served as a Rydell Scholar-in-Residence at Gustavus in 2017-2018. 

Resource Guide from the Gustavus Librarians >
In this guide, you will find resources that have been selected for their quality as reliable sources. In addition, you will find guidance on evaluating and critically assessing information you might find elsewhere (your local librarian can also help you determine the best resources for your research topic). 

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