Science and the Presidential Debate

What should the next president know about emerging science?

We invited two top scientists to share their views!

Join us Sept 24 and 26 for Dustin Tyler and Emmitt Jolly!

Thurs Sept 24
6-7pm (note new time!)
Dustin Tyler
Kent H. Smith II Professor of Biomedical Engineering,
Case Western Reserve University

“What the President Should Know about the Future of the Human-Technology Relationship: Raising American Prosperity and Equality by Innovating Beyond Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence” See video


Saturday Sept 26
7:30pm
Emmitt Jolly
Assoc Prof of Biology and Medical Sciences,
Case Western Reserve University

“What the President Should Know about DNA and Human Health: Raising American Leadership in Science and Medicine throughout the Globe”

These public lectures are special editions of our “Life, the Universe, and Hot Dogs” series co-sponsored by the CWRU Institute for the Science of Origins, Siegal Lifelong Learning Program, and the Happy Dog Bar!

Join us every week! Details of upcoming events at: https://origins.case.edu/2020/03/26/origins-goes-online/
and
check out our Origins Science Scholars series, Tuesdays Oct 6-Nov 17:
https://origins.case.edu/oss/current/

 

Both the Thursday and Saturday programs will be Live via Zoom on the usual “Life, the Universe, and Hot Dogs” zoom url:
https://cwru.zoom.us/j/97157515958
Meeting ID: 971 5751 5958
Passcode: 713170

The duration of the events is approximately 45 minutes including the presentation and time for audience questions and discussion. Note that the programs will start promptly and end on time so as to allow people to attend other important programs, such as the panel on Democracy, Thurs, 9/24 from 7-8pm.

Video of the events will be available on Origins.case.edu as soon as possible after the events.

Live via Zoom at:
https://cwru.zoom.us/j/97157515958
Meeting ID: 971 5751 5958
Note: Password is 713170