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Lightning Science Talks at SoundBio

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Zach M.


Join us for an evening of perspectives on science's past, present, and future. Five scientists from University of Washington will share stories about how a glowing jellyfish led to a Nobel Prize, why personal data collection is changing the way we view ourselves, how recent technical advances are allowing us to ask new questions in biology, and more. We will provide some snacks and drinks for the evening.

This series is hosted in concert with the University of Washington Genomics Salon. For more events and discussions on science and society, check out their website

This evening's speakers include: Seungsoo Kim, Bryce Taylor, Beth Morton, Sarah Nelson, and Hannah Gelman.
SoundBio Lab
1100 Northeast 47th Street · Seattle, WA
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