Friday Evening Lectures – 2015

Lillie Auditorium, 8:00 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Suggestions for future Friday Evening Lecturers are welcome and may be sent to FEL@mbl.edu.

Lectures marked with an * were not recorded.

Date:

06/19/15
06/26/15
07/03/15
07/10/15
07/17/15
07/24/15
07/31/15
08/07/15
08/14/15
Speaker:

friday evening lecture, Cheryl Hayashi“The Science of Spider Silk: Amazing But True”
Cheryl Hayashi, University of California, Riverside
friday evening lecture, Gregory Petsko"How Parkinson’s Disease Starts - And How It Might Be Stopped"
Gregory Petsko, Weill Cornell Medical College
friday evening lecture, Jonathan GitlinSegal Lecture
"Life Interrupted: Exploring the World of Extreme Adaptation"
Jonathan Gitlin, Marine Biological Laboratory
friday evening lecture, Jack Gilbert Friday Evening Lecture"The Invisible Influence of the Microbiome"
Jack Gilbert, University of Chicago
friday evening lecture, William CatterallForbes Lecture
"Electrical Signaling: Life in the Fast Lane"
William Catterall, University of Washington
Porter Lecture
"Development of External Genitalia: From Evolutionary Origins to Congenital Malformations”*
Martin Cohn, University of Florida; Howard Hughes Medical Institute
friday evening lecture, Naomi OreskesE.B. Wilson History and Philosophy of Science Lecture
"Why We Should Trust Science: Perspectives from the History and Philosophy of Science”
Naomi Oreskes, Harvard University
Director's Lecture
"Genomic Dark Matter"*
Edward Rubin, Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute
friday evening lecture, Naomi OreskesGlassman Lecture
"Ecology in a Human Biosphere"
Erle Ellis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County