The Next W&S

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

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Wonder & Skepticism:  (Don't) touch me I'm sick
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 | 6pm | Free | Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western, Chicago IL 60622
Polling place matters: where is your immune system and why we don't know how big it is
Lizzie Steinert, PostDoc, Northwestern University

How about getting off these antibiotics
Yeva Yue Shan, PostDoc, University of Chicago

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April 11, 2018

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Wonder & Skepticism:  "All models are wrong but some are useful" -George Box
April 11, 2018 | 6pm | Free | Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western, Chicago IL 60622

Why are there so many species? Exploring the boundaries of biodiversity using a combative fungal community
Dan Maynard, PostDoc, University of Chicago


The interaction between living things and an idea: conceptualizing  space as an active participant
Scott G Burman, PhD Student, UC Davis

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February 28, 2018

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Wonder & Skepticism: We Are Living In A Material World
February 28, 2018 | 6pm | Free | Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western, Chicago IL 60622

The Dielectric Light Orchestra: Using Soft Matter for Hard Optics
James Dolan, PostDoc, Argonne National Laboratory & University of Chicago

Can wave dynamics save our precious coral reefs?
Sonny T Lee, Postdoc, Medicine, University of Chicago


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January 31 2018:

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Wonder & Skepticism: Proteins Rule Everything Around Me
January 31, 2018 | 6pm | Free | Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western, Chicago IL 60622
The biology of aging and protein folding: what we can learn from a short-lived, microscopic worm
Ambre Sala, Postdoc, Dept of Molecular Biosciences, Northwestern University

Well, tickle me PINK1: Using an alternative model to reveal a new gene role in neurodegenerative disease
Natasha Wadlington, University of Chicago & Museum of Science & Industry

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December 27 2017

posted Dec 28, 2017, 3:16 PM by Scott Burman   [ updated ]

Wonder & Skepticism
December 27, 2017 | 6pm | Free | Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western, Chicago IL 60622

What spatial patterns tell us about natural processes in biological systems, namely coral reefs and rivers
Scott Burman, PhD Student, Ecology, UC Davis

The power of poop: could poop transplants cure americans' digestive diseases? getting the facts right about fecal microbiota transplants
Sonny T Lee, Postdoc, Medicine, University of Chicago

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