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ATL SCI TAV: Free E. O Wilson lecture: Darwin and the Future of Biology at Emory 7PM October 23rd

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Josh G.
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Atlanta, GA
Hello everyone, if you want to see legendary scientist E.O. Wilson deliver a free lecture at Emory, click the following link to RSVP so we can all meetup at the event:

ATL SCI TAV: Free E.O. Wilson lecture: Darwin and the Future of Biology=

To listen to a fascinating address Wilson gave for a recent TED talk, visit this link:­

Free Lecture: E.O. Wilson on "Darwin and the Future of Biology"

One of the world’s greatest living scientists and ‘father of biodiversity’ reflects on the future of biology and its effects on our lives.

See more about E.O. Wilson below, including numerous YouTube videos you can watch prior to the event to learn about his ideas and his work.

Thursday, October 23rd 7PM.

Glenn Auditorium
1652 North Decatur Road, Atlanta, GA 30322­.

More about E.O. Wilson


"E. O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Research Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and one of the world’s great living scientists. He received his BS and MA from the University of Alabama and his PhD in biology from Harvard University. Wilson is the author of more than 20 leading books, two of which—On Human Nature and The Ants (with Bert Hölldobler) —won Pulitzer Prizes. He has discovered hundreds of new species and is often called “the father of biodiversity.” Wilson has won many scientific awards, including the National Medal of Science and the Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. His most recent book is The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth. (Photo by Joe D. Pratt.)"
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