Isn't life fascinating? It gets even more interesting when you put three University of Minnesota experts with distinct perspectives together in the same room for an unscripted, free-flowing discussion. Join us for science-y fun and curiosity-driven conversations about how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.|
Our wired world: Monitoring and managing the world around us
Enlisting the help of biosensors and a range of technologies, were able to monitor and manage the world around us at increasingly granular levels. Well consider the implications.
Panelists: Nathan Springer, Ce Yang and Brandy Toner
Your brain on science: The promise of new neurotechnologies
From viral gene-delivery to deep brain stimulation, neurotechnologies promise to change the landscape for people with brain conditions, to treat addiction and more. Join us for a conversation about the future of these new approaches.
A tiny take on toxins: Engineering enzymes to clean up the environment
Researchers are harnessing the considerable power of tiny organisms to do a range of tasks from disarming pesticides to clearing out excess nutrients. We'll explore what's possible.
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