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BIOLUMINESCENCE: Living Lights, Lights for Living

The Chicago Council on Science and Technology and the Harvard Club of Chicago peresent

Bioluminescence: Living Lights, Lights for Living


Harvard Prof. J. (Woody) Woodland Hastings

Registration & Reception – 5:30pm

Presentation – 6:00pm.

Bioluminescence is everywhere on earth—most of all in the ocean, from angler fish in the depths to the flashing of dinoflagellates at the surface. Woody Hastings explores the natural history, evolution, and biochemistry of the diverse array of organisms that emit light.

Fees: Complimentary for C2ST members / $30 for Non-members / $5 for Students

Advance registration recommended.

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  • Jeff W.

    Can't find a way to "Advance Register." The link above doesn't seem to lead to a registration.

    February 20, 2013

  • Margaret T

    Another awesome subject. Will miss due to workday.

    January 28, 2013

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