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Friday Evening Lecture Series 2005

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


Date: Event:
 
06/17/05 Mitchell L. Sogin, Marine Biological Laboratory - "Unresolved Mysteries About Parasites and our Oldest Ancestors"
   
06/24/05 Porter Lecture - Timothy J. Mitchison, Harvard University - "Cell Division: From Inoué to New Cancer Drugs"
   
07/01/05 Brian M. Barnes, University of Alaska - "Overwintering in the Arctic: Animal Strategies for Surviving the Long, Cold, and Dark"
   
07/08/05 Glassman Lecture - Stephen L. Hoffman, Sanaria Inc. - "Parallel Paths in the Quest for a Malaria Vaccine: Use of Modern Vaccinology and Genomics vs. Basic Parasitology and Entomology to Realize the Goal"
   
07/15/05 Lang Lecture - Mark F. Bear, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Howard Hughes Medical Institute - "Modification of the cerebral cortex by experience"
   
07/21/05-
07/22/05
Forbes Lectures - Roger Y. Tsien, University of California, San Diego; Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 07/21 - "Breeding Marine Fluorescent Proteins to Spy on Cells", 07/22 - "Building Synthetic Molecules to Spy on Cells and Tumors"
   
07/29/05 David L. Glanzman, University of California, Los Angeles - "In Praise of Simple Minds: What the Study of Learning in a Marine Snail Can Tell Us About the Biological Origins of Cognition"
   
08/05/05 Distinguished Alumnus Lecture - Wise Young, Rutgers University - "Stem Cells: A Paradigm Shift?"
   
08/12/05 Sally E. and Bennett A. Shaywitz, Yale University - "The Science of Reading: Overcoming Dyslexia"
   
08/19/05 Linda B. Buck, Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center; co-recipient of the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - "Unraveling the Sense of Smell"
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