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The CBS Conversation Series Begins!

Celebrating our 20th year by exploring the intersection of Biology and Society!
Join us for the first event in the Center for Biology & Society's
 2016-17 Conversation Series!


A conversation with Manfred Laubichler on...

"How does something genuinely new emerge in evolution and history?"


with Ken Aiello and Deryc Painter

Historians of science are often interested in how ideas grow and change over time. Novel ideas often find their beginnings in the most common of places. Computational history can identify from where and when ideas "originate".

Tuesday, October 25th
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12:00 p.m. Conversation Begins
in LSC 202

UPCOMING

A conversation with Steve Pyne on...
"America's Great Cultural Revolution on Fire"


with Challie Facemire

Americans spent 50 years after the Great Fires of 1910 trying to take fire out of landscapes.  We've spent the past 50 years trying to put good fire back in.  How did that flawed revolution happen? And why does the national pyrogeography look the way it does today?

Tuesday, November 8th
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12:00 p.m. Conversation Begins
in LSC 202