Event registration will open on March 17th. The lecture is free, but seating is limited and registration is required for entry. These lectures usually sell out in a few days.
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An amazing aspect of all life on earth, delivered by an equally amazing lecturer who is both passionate and competent. I second the thanks for posting the event.
Did you know two-thirds of the energy you consume is used to power your ribosomes? (I did not, until this lecture). But that's a very trivial fact. How our biological systems work is the most interesting topic on Earth, and how protiens are produced equally so.
1 · March 26, 2014
Inspiring and stimulating. Probably the most technical of the SLAC lectures I've been to. Thank you, Lisa, for posting it!
1 · March 25, 2014
We are sitting 5 rows up in the center.
0 · March 25, 2014
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