Dr. Linus Pauling led a remarkable life. In a series of recordings, Chris Petersen from the OSU libraries takes us on a journey into the many facets of Dr. Pauling that make up his book Visions of Linus Pauling. From the behind-the-scences look into his career to the details of his personal life, learn more about the man behind the legendary achievements.
Date Recorded: March/April 2023
Vitamin C is incredibly important to the immune system, but how much do we need to reap its benefits? In this Linus Pauling Day webinar, we will explore vitamin C requirements with Dr. Anitra Carr from the University of Otago. Gain insights into how much vitamin C is optimal for immune health and more.
Cancer fighter, gatekeeper to the immune system, and age-essential mineral: Zinc has a multitude of roles in the body. And there is still much more to be discovered. Learn about the latest findings about zinc and ways you can get what you need in this webinar by Dr. Emily Ho, Director of the Linus Pauling Institute.
Date Recorded: December 6, 2022
Dietary indoles are found in cruciferous vegetables and are part of their cancer-fighting properties. Indoles can fight the effects of the carcinogens that are present in the food you may already be eating! Learn how from the Linus Pauling Institute's own Dr. David E. Williams in this summary of over 30 years of research from preclinical and clinical studies.
For almost 50 years the Linus Pauling Institute has been bringing you important information about vitamin C. As part of our Linus Pauling Day celebration, we are bringing two world-renowned vitamin C experts for a continuing discussion on vitamin C and health. Dr. Alexander Michels and Dr. Emily Ho from the Linus Pauling Institute host Dr. Jeanne Drisko and Dr. Qi Chen from the University of Kansas Medical Center. Speaker presentations followed by Q&A session.
Date Recorded: February 28, 2022
Vegetables help our bodies defend themselves against a variety of illnesses and they play a large role in cancer prevention. Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables have been singled out for their cancer-fighting properties. Would you like to know why?
Date Recorded: December 7, 2021
The passing of time is inevitable – does aging have to be? Can the food you eat and the supplements you take make a difference? Learn about the concept of healthspan from Dr. Tory Hagen at the Linus Pauling Institute and what science indicates is important for health into old age.
Date Recorded: August 17, 2021
Can you maintain cognitive function as you get older? Dr. Kathy Magnusson discusses the changes that occur in the brain as we age and what you might be able to do about it.
Date Recorded: July 8, 2021
Vitamin D is important to the immune system, but do you know why? Dr. Adrian Gombart discusses the roles of vitamin D in the immune system and the need to maintain vitamin D levels in the body.
Date Recorded: May 4, 2021
Interested in the latest science behind the use of vitamin C? The Linus Pauling Institute hosts 4 world-renowned vitamin experts to give you an update – including a perspective from the clinical and basic research. Everything from cancer and sepsis to the common cold and COVID-19!
Date Recorded: February 27, 2021
Zinc is an essential part of your diet – but do you know why? Emily Ho, the endowed chair and director of the Linus Pauling Institute, will share about the many roles of zinc. From fighting infections to maintaining a healthy immune system and beyond, zinc helps you live a healthier life!
Date Recorded: December 9, 2020
What does the future hold for the Linus Pauling Institute? Hear the vision from Director Emily Ho on the next steps for the Pauling legacy.
Date Recorded: August 26, 2020
There's a lot of information about vitamin C out there and it's hard to know what information to trust. The Linus Pauling Institute can be your source for scientifically accurate information in the age of misinformation - especially in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 and beyond.
Date Recorded: May 19, 2020