Spring into Science:
A Celebration of Discovery, Innovation and Education in the Sciences
The Kennedy College of Sciences invites you to participate in the 3rd Annual “Spring into Science” showcase, which will highlight cutting edge research and educational opportunities within the college and from across the broader scientific community.
The colloquia, symposia, demonstrations and social events will be held between April 12 and April 16; and are open to all members of the college and campus community as well as alumni, friends of the college, and the general public.
Please note that some events may require registration.
A documentary exploring why only 2% of American doctors are black men and what that means for society.
This will be followed by a virtual discussion session with Prof. Mingdi Yan, Department of Chemistry & the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
The documentary available for screening April 10-12.
Discussion with Prof. Mingdi Yan, April 12 at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom
*NOTE: You are not required to view the screening in order to attend the discussion.
Sign up online for your individual viewing coupon on the Indie Screening website. It is recommended you use Google Chrome as your internet browser to do this.
Register online for the Black Men In White Coats discussion
A Zoom link will be emailed to you by Monday, April 12.
This event is free and open to the public.
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The Kennedy College of Sciences Lecture Series on Science and Society sponsored by Eric and Lola Chaisson.
How does the novel coronavirus infect our bodies? How do vaccines prevent infection?
Come learn about the molecular mechanisms underlying COVID-19 disease and how new approaches to vaccine development will combat this deadly pandemic.
Register for The Science of COVID-19 & Its Vaccines Zoom Webinar
Is there life on Mars? Is Mars habitable? Has Mars ever been habitable? To address these questions, NASA launched several probes to Mars. The Curiosity rover has been probing the surface of Mars at Gale Crater since 2012. A few weeks ago, the world watched as Perseverance, Curiosity's younger sister landed on the surface of Mars at the Jezero crater. Noureddine Melikechi will be presenting the scientific goals of these two complementary missions and share few results obtained by using laser pulses to ablate dust and rocks.
Register for the Looking for Life on Mars One Laser Pulse at a Time Zoom Webinar
Learn more about Looking for Life on Mars.
Read more: Sciences Dean Will Help NASA Rover Explore Mars
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