Maryland state of mind, [fall 2000]

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In the vicinity of Vesuvius discusses how a team of architects and students from the University of Maryland, College Park is working with Italian authorities to turn a site at Pompeii into an archaeological park. Science on the half shell discusses how scientists from the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute are developing new tests to detect diseases in oysters. Unearthing a golden past discusses how members of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Ancient Studies department are studying some of Maryland's archaeological sites. The path of pathogens discusses how researchers at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore are studying how bacteria can enter the food chain in the poultry industry. Modern forces, ancient empires discusses how the University of Maryland, University College is providing college courses for naval forces stationed in Italy. Worries about wheat discusses how researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are studying celiac disease. Notes of emotion discusses the World Cello Congress III at Towson University.; Dolby surround.
Maryland Public Television; University System of Maryland
North American Culture; American Culture; University of Maryland; Education; Science, Technology; Performing Arts, Music; The State of Maryland; Education; Science, Technology, and Math; Health, Family Studies; Music; Performing Arts; Ancient Cultures; Oysters; Archaeological expeditions Maryland; Pathogenic microorganisms; Celiac disease; Violoncello; Archaeological parks Italy; Archaeological expeditions Italy; Excavations (Archaeology) Maryland Anne Arundel County; Poultry industry; Armed Forces Education (Higher); Pompeii (Extinct city); World Cello Congress (3rd : 2000 : Baltimore, Md.)
North America; United States; Maryland
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59 minutes; color


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Host, Scott Simon. Narrators, Betsy Ames, John Badila.
Other Identifiers
Filename: lms-090285; Fedora 2 PID: umd:2011; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/1124; OCLC: ocm45255534; Catalog Key: alephsys002593520

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