ResearchChannel, the consortium of world-class universities and research institutions that provides audiences with the latest research developments and scientific thinking on a broad range of vital, contemporary subjects, announced today that it has entered into a relationship with Google Video, the first video marketplace where users can watch, share, buy or rent a wide range of video content. This relationship will make ResearchChannel’s entire online video collection available on Google Video.
“Our relationship with Google Video helps us reach the public, sharing research developments, scientific advancements and technological innovations that could profoundly affect lives and society as a whole,” said ResearchChannel executive director Amy Philipson.
ResearchChannel also announced that Philip Inghelbrecht, Partner Development Manager for Google Video, will be a keynote speaker at the organization’s upcoming Annual Meeting in Chicago.
“We are pleased Philip Inghelbrecht will be joining us at this year’s meeting. We look forward to his address,” Philipson said.
Inghelbrecht speaks Monday, Dec. 4,, at 10:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Room CC10D.
ResearchChannel programming includes interviews, lecture series and special demonstrations through which viewers learn about research discoveries and developments directly from the thought-leaders at the forefronts of their fields. Over 600 programs from ResearchChannel are now available on Google Video and nearly 3,000 will be available by early 2007. Programs now available at no charge can be found here. Samples of programs now available on Google Video include:
- Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Human Genomics: A New Guide for Medicine
- University of Washington’s Palestine, Iraq and U.S. Policy
- Stanford Medical Center’s Depression, Delirium & Dementia: What Should We Be Doing
- Pennsylvania State University’s A Conversation with Salman Rushdie
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