Seminars that Fulfill WAY-SMA

Scientific Method and Analysis (SMA)

Scientific literacy is critical to complex problem-solving and touches on many aspects of human life.  Courses in Scientific Method and Analysis will enhance your ability to analyze and synthesize scientific information about the natural and physical world, understand the limitations and strengths of existing theories, ask strategic questions, and assess empirical evidence.

You’ll need to take two courses in Scientific Method and Analysis (SMA).

Course Titlesort descending Instructor Quarter Notes Fulfills:
Aardvarks to Zebras: The A to Z of Animal Anatomy Kerriann Casey, DVM
  • Summer
WAY-SMA
Meerkats Animal Behavior: Sex, Death, and Sometimes Food! Joseph Garner
  • Autumn
  • Spring
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Chicken egg without eggshell. Photo by Biswarup Ganguly,, Wikimedia Commons. Chemistry in the Kitchen Richard Zare
  • Winter
There are four offerings of CHEM 29N in Winter Quarter. Be sure to review the class schedule TBD for each section on the seminar page, in the right sidebar. Then, sign up for the section with your preferred class time at VCAIS.stanford.edu. WAY-SMA
For an Immune Cell, Microgravity Mimics Aging (NASA, International Space Station, 04/21/14) by Nasa's Marshall Space Flight Center via Flickr Cystic Fibrosis: From Medical Conundrum to Precision Medicine Success Story Ron Kopito
  • Spring
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Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease in a Changing World Erin Mordecai
  • Spring
WAY-SMA
130704-9246 via SALLIE Energy Options for the 21st Century John Fox
  • Autumn
WAY-SMA
Elkhorn Slough by Don DeBold via Flickr Exploring the Critical Interface Between the Land and Monterey Bay: Elkhorn Slough Christopher Francis
  • Spring
WAY-SMA
Functional Materials and Devices Yuri Suzuki
  • Autumn
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DNA Spiral Staircase by Helena Wing Chiu Leung Genes, Memes, and Behavior Scott S. Hall, Ph.D
  • Spring
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Salmonella Invades a Cultured Human Cell (NASA, International Space Station, 7/28/11) by Nasa Marshall Space Flight Center via Flickr, 5984807021_bcae4c8f4e_o Globally Emerging Zoonotic Diseases Stephen Felt, DVM, MPH
  • Spring
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Great Inventions That Matter Shan X. Wang
  • Autumn
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Hormones in a Performance-Enhanced Society Andrew R. Hoffman, M.D.
  • Winter
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Human Origins Richard Klein
  • Spring
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Small cell carcinoma, combined, with squamous cell carcinoma Case 119 by Yale Rosen via Flickr Intracellular Trafficking and Neurodegeneration Yanmin Yang
  • Winter
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Soyuz liftoff, via Wikipedia It IS Rocket Science! Andrew Barrows
  • Autumn
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7401820390_fa06e3f2e5_z.jpg via Flickr Laboratory Mouse in Biomedical Research Claude M. Nagamine
  • Autumn
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National Institute of Standards and Technology - Qubits. Public Domain image. Quantum Information: Visions and Emerging Technologies Monika Schleier-Smith
  • Winter
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Snowflake on a plant. Resilience, Transformation, and Equilibrium: The Science of Materials Yoda R Patta
  • Spring
  • Summer
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Science in the News Hans Andersen
  • Autumn
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Chemical Reaction by Kate Ter Haar via Flickr Scientific Method and Bias John P.A. Ioannidis
  • Winter
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Sensory Ecology of Marine Animals Stuart Thompson
  • Autumn
WAY-SMA
factory smoke in china The Global Warming Paradox Noah Diffenbaugh
  • Autumn
WAY-SMA
Photo of a technician at the Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory washing arrays used in DNA genotyping and sequencing. The Living Genome: Implications for Biology and Beyond Jonathan Pollack
  • Winter
WAY-SMA
The Space Mission to Europa Dustin Schroeder
  • Autumn
WAY-SMA
Things About Stuff Thomas Lee
  • Spring
EE14N is moving from Autumn to SPRING QUARTER. WAY-SMA