The schedule of lessons is tentative and subject to change - check the front page and your email regularly for updates and announcements. Lessons take place from 10:30am - 1:00pm on Saturday mornings unless otherwise specified.
Upcoming Lesson (February 10th): Evolution of Everything
Ever wonder how tigers got their stripes or why elks have such large antlers? How "survival of the fittest" and genetic mutations give rise to certain characteristics? Have you ever had the urge to model populations of organisms with mini marshmallows? If so, head on over to our first lesson of 2018, "Evolution of Everything." We will introduce the wonders of evolution, from its various perspectives in history to its interesting applications in a subfield known as Darwinian Medicine. See you Saturday!
Spring 2018 Lesson Schedule
|February 10, 2018||Evolution of Everything||Barus and Holley 168|
|February 24, 2018||Game Theory and the Science Behind Everyday Decisions||Barus and Holley 168|
|March 3, 2018||Biological Battles: Medicine and Infectious Disease||Barus and Holley 168|
|March 10, 2018||Rocks, Dinosaurs, and Natural Disasters||Barus and Holley 168|
|March 17, 2018||Science of Aging: Can We Live Forever?||Barus and Holley 168|
|April 7, 2018||3D Printing in Action||Barus and Holley 168|
|April 14, 2018||Computer Mysteries: Cryptography, Data, and Codes||Barus and Holley 168|