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Video Archives

Between 1948 and 1960, Johns Hopkins produced several educational television series. Johns Hopkins Science Review opened in March 1948, on WMAR-TV— a weekly program featuring world-renowned scientists and scientific “firsts” that was telecast to Baltimore from Remsen Hall. The series specialized in demonstrations, discussions, and dramatizations by Hopkins faculty and guests, with topics ranging from the first televised live birth to segments with “Big Bang” theorist George Gamow and pioneering rocket engineer Wernher von Braun.

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