May 24, 2015

Friday Evening Lectures – 2015

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

Date: Speaker:

06/19/15  “The Science of Spider Silk: Amazing But True” – Cheryl Hayashi, University of California, Riverside

06/26/15 “How Parkinson’s Disease Starts – And How It Might Be Stopped” – Gregory Petsko, Weill Cornell Medical College

07/03/15 Segal Lecture - “Life Interrupted: Exploring the World of Extreme Adaptation” – Jonathan Gitlin, Marine Biological Laboratory

07/10/15 “The Invisible Influence of the Microbiome” – Jack Gilbert, University of Chicago

07/17/15 Forbes Lecture - “Electrical Signaling: Life in the Fast Lane – William Catterall, University of Washington

07/24/15 Porter Lecture“Development of External Genitalia: From Evolutionary Origins to Congenital Malformations” – Martin Cohn, University of Florida; Howard Hughes Medical Institute

07/31/15 E.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

08/07/15 Director’s Lecture“Microbial Dark Matter” – Edward Rubin, Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute

08/14/15 Glassman Lecture“Ecology in a Human Biosphere” – Erle Ellis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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

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