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Science Seminars

All seminars begin at 3:30 pm in the Collins Building, room 278
Pre-seminar refreshments will be provided in the lobby at 3:15 p.m. (Please remember no food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium)


Wednesday, September 16

Chris McGinn, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Sciences
North Carolina Central University
Biography


Wednesday, October 21

Robert Healy, Ph.D
Professor Emeritus
Environmental Sciences and Policy; Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University
Biography


Wednesday, November 18

Leigh-Kathryn Bonner
Bee Downtown, Durham
Beeyond commercial: American Tobacco welcomes thousands of new workers
Bee Downtown website


Past Science Seminar Topics

Discovering Molecules to Probe and Treat Malaria

Vaccine Production in Plants

Island Universes: An Overview of Galaxies, Dark Matter, and Supermassive Black Holes

Good vibrations: habitat soundscapes for early life stages of marine organisms

Improving Art Conservation and Clinical Diagnosis Using Novel Molecular Imaging

The Struggle to Contain Ebola from Outbreak to Epidemic

Fish Tales: Rise and Fall of the Lionfish and River Herring

Social environmental effects on primate gene regulation and evolution

Thymus Transplantation for Complete DiGeorge Anomaly

The Future of Energy

Cannibalistic Tadpoles: Altered developmental programs underlying their novel gut morphology

An Introduction to Biotech Product Development: The Story of Bioengineered Veins

Electrochemistry in the Driver's Seat

The Science and Technology of Concussion Prevention

Molecular Insights into Southeast Asian Amphibian and Reptile Diversity and Conservation

Are Designer Babies on the Way?

Taking Advantag of Disaster: The Microbial Response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Bioengeneering the the Common Silkworm to Produce Biomimetic Spider Silk

Bioreactors for Air Pollution Control: How Bacteria Can Treat Industrial Pollution


Community Science Events

Duke University Science Events Calendar