ISO Statement on Black Lives Matter:
The Institute for the Science of Origins joins the call for equality, freedom, and justice for all Black people. These values represent fundamental human rights and present a clear moral imperative for action. Unjust barriers to the full inclusion of people of color exist at...
Videos from Life, the Universe & Hot Dogs
Co-sponsored by the Happy Dog Bar!
For upcoming talks, click: https://origins.case.edu/2020/03/26/origins-goes-online/
Apr 2: Glenn Starkman “What’s Hot in Cosmology Right Now?” https://youtu.be/QxKq-y21VsU
April 18 Janet McGrath COVID-19 in Africa
March 31: Jurgen Bosch Coronavirus Update: How the Virus Ticks and What we are Doing to Stop...
Origins has moved its public programs online!
Join us on Zoom for...
Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs
Origins Science Scholars
Tuesdays, 6pm (through 11/17)
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updates on the LUH Happy Dog talks
(subject to change, so check back frequently! Videos will be posted below)
ISO Fellows Yohannes Haile-Selassie, Curator of Physical Anthropology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Beverly Saylor, Professor in CWRU's Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Science are the lead authors respectively on two papers appearing in the August 28, 2019 issue of the world's most prestigious science...
The Big Bang… Life on other planets… The origin of life on Earth… Dark matter… The evolution of the human mind…
How we ask big questions matters. So does how we answer them. And that is changing. We need people who can think across the artificial boundaries of traditional departments and...
STUDENTS: sign up to attend a free Origins dinner lecture, click here!
Our Triceratops sticker will welcome new students to campus, grace laptops of Origins enthusiasts of all ages, and make appearances throughout the semester! Students: Please click on the "For Students" tab at the top of this page to learn...
PREHISTORY, NATURE & DOMESTICATION
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Join us in the Pyrenees!
September 6-16, 2019!
For more info on our 2019 Pyrenean Origins Tour, please call or text Patricia at 440-478-5292 or email her at Patricia@case.edu
Access to wonders only the ISO can bring you!
Our annual Pyrenees Trip is an utterly unique, custom-designed tour...
The living laboratory of Turkana, Kenya!
OPEN TO EVERY MAJOR!
Fall Semester, 2021
Earn 15 credits grad or undergrad
About the same cost as a semester in Cleveland!*
Join Patricia Princehouse, Isaiah Nengo and other top scientists, and a terrific group of students from CWRU, and American and Kenyan universities for this unique opportunity...
Join us for the Origins tour of CERN and the cave art, culture and landscapes of the Pyrenees, with a view of the entire chain of the Pyrenees from the observatory high atop Pic du Midi! This June 4-16, 2019, enjoy historic and cultural sites, the nature and landscape, the food and...
In one of the first documented cases of a neutrino experiment coming to visit ISO scientists (instead of the other way around), the ICARUS experiment arrived July 5th in the Port of Cleveland, having set sail from Antwerp, Belgium, aboard the Spliethoff container ship, Frieda. It’s on its way to Fermilab in Batavia, IL, where it will become part of a three-detector suite searching for a hypothesized 4th type of neutrino that interacts only with gravity, which could rewrite physicists’ understanding of the particles making up our universe.