The Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students (GrEBES) are pleased to present our annual Spring Public Seminar Series, aimed at bringing cutting-edge science to the wider Eugene public and the rest of the University campus. This year, we are holding an evening symposium featuring Drs. Peter and Rosemary Grant, who will be sharing their research on Darwin’s finches on the island of Daphne Major. Join us on Thursday 3 May 2018 from 7-8pm (location TBA). More information forthcoming soon!
The 2016 Spring Seminar Series theme is De-extinction where we will have seminars that will discuss current research involving bringing extinct animals back to life. We have three well known speakers scheduled for three separate days in Spring of 2016. Jack Horner, a paleontologist and a consultant for Jurassic Park, is speaking April 6. Hank … Continue reading Spring 2016 Seminar Series
This three-part series brings three distinguished speakers from UO Oregon Institute of Marine Biology and Oregon State University to give public talks about current scientific research that focuses on exploring life in the ocean. April 15th, 7-8pm. 282 Lillis Hall, Dr. Craig Young (OIMB) – “Sex under pressure: how babies are made in the depths … Continue reading Spring 2015 Seminar Series
All seminars will be filmed and posted on the UO Channel at media.uoregon.edu. Check out the video of Dr. Lynn Rothschild’s seminar on “Extremophiles & the Search for Life in the Universe” by clicking on the link below: Dr. Lynn Rothschild Astrobiology Seminar The link to Dr. Christopher McKay’s seminar on “The Search For Life … Continue reading Spring 2014 Seminar Series
The Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students (GrEBES) are pleased to present our annual Spring Public Seminar Series. As part of Earth Week 2017, we are holding an evening symposium featuring research on biofuels and bioremediations through the eyes of Dr. Stanley Asah (UW), Dr. Christine Kelly (OSU), and Dr. Greg Rorrer (OSU). Join us … Continue reading 2017 Spring Seminar