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Cellular and Molecular Explorations of Anthropogeny
11/20/2017
Can we improve the human condition? With the complete genomes of our closest existing and extinct relatives readily available, we stand at the doorstep of deep understanding of the molecular and cellular characteristics that have not only made us distinctly human but have imbued us with uniquely human traits, conditions, and diseases. This symposium explores … Continue reading "Cellular and Molecular Explorations of Anthropogeny"
Universities and Cities Working Together to Build Strong Communities
11/03/2017
As the former president of the University of Pennsylvania, Judith Rodin understands first-hand the power of universities to impact surrounding neighborhoods and communities. In this Helen Edison presentation, Rodin explores their transformative potential. “Over the last few decades, a host of anchor institutions have breathed new life into communities and they have forged new pathways … Continue reading "Universities and Cities Working Together to Build Strong Communities"
The Water Wars Have Begun
10/26/2017
The Water Wars are coming – and according to Executive Producer Lynne Kirby, they’re already here. Concerned about what her daughter would drink in the years ahead, Kirby became passionate about water conservation issues. She knew water was going to be a big issue in the decades to come – that water would be the … Continue reading "The Water Wars Have Begun"
Are Robots Going to Hurt or Help? Let’s Talk Driverless Cars with Jennifer Granholm
10/23/2017
Imagine a not-too-distant future where gasoline-powered engines disappear and we all travel in electric, driverless cars that don’t pollute the air. And, a future where the actual number of cars on the road decreases because we’ll all participate in a transportation sharing service rather than owning our own vehicles. That’s the vision presented by former … Continue reading "Are Robots Going to Hurt or Help? Let’s Talk Driverless Cars with Jennifer Granholm"
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