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Recorded Talks

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May 2, 2019

Steve Trombulak:  "Conservation Biology:  The next 33 Years"

September 29-30, 2016
Steve Palumbi, Stanford University
"The Extreme Life of the Sea and what it tells us about the future of the oceans" (general audience talk)

"Using genomics as a tool in conservation of ocean wildlife"  (science-oriented talk)

April 7, 2016
Matt Landis, Research Scientist, ISciences, LLC
"Forecasting global water stress: successes and limitations"

December 3, 2014
Andi Lloyd
"The Greening of the Arctic: Musings on Science and Storytelling in a TIme of Change"

September 24-25, 2009: CLIFFORD SYMPOSIUM

Daniel Clement Dennett
"Darwin and the evolution of reasons"

Mark A. Schlessman
"Darwin's wretched-looking little weeds: Insights on evolution from the flora of the Galapagos"

Gale B. Sinatra
"Challenges of Teaching and Learning about Biological Evolution"

Stephen C. Stearns
"Major themes in evolutionary medicine"

April 27, 2007
Jeremy B. Jackson, Scripps Institute of Oceanography
"Brave New Ocean"

(Sponsored by the Office of Environmental Affairs, Dean of the College, Department of Biology, Rohatyn Center for International Affairs, Atwater Commons and Wonnacott Commons.)

April 20, 2007
Richard C. Lewontin
"Genomania: Bad Metaphors and Good Biology"

Department of Biology

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