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Center for Biology and Society Conversation Series

The goal of each conversation is to present a contemporary issue of common interest in a way that is accessible to a cross-disciplinary audience and then show how to advance it from the point of view of one or more disciplines. Having scholars from different disciplines engage with each other in discussion is very exciting. 
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Please RSVP for ANY Spring 2018 Conversation Series event here.

2017-2018 Conversation Series With Videos


On the Invasion of Species and other Undead Metaphors in Biology
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The limits of synthesis for integrative biology
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Animal models in translational research: Rosetta Stone or stumbling block? 
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  January 17th, 2018
Are there any ecological conditions that ae essential to sustainability?
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  February 28th, 2018
What is the role of university in solving society's problems
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  March 14th, 2018
The influence of cognitive biases on scientific explanation
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2016-2017 Conversation Series With Videos


How Does Something Genuinely New Emerge in Evolution and History?
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America's Great Cultural Revolution on Fire
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How Can We Infuse Ethics into the School of Life Sciences?
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Make the Peaks Higher
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Gene Editing, Bioethics, and Emerging Challenges of Governance
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Wild Visions: Imaging and Imagining the American Wilderness
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