The Johns Hopkins Science Review
1950 | WAAM-TV
(Honorable Mention) Skillfully simplifying and visualizing the results of scientific research in varied fields, The Johns Hopkins Science Review brings education to the layman in an interesting and attractive manner. It is convincing proof that learning need not be dull. It demonstrates that teamwork among an educational institution; a commercial station and a network can make possible a wide dissemination of significant scholarship. As the pioneer university network series it should stimulate a steady advance in the art of educational television.
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