The fossil record is punctuated by episodic diversications and cautionary extinctions. But what are the natural and societal consequences of resurrecting the extinct? And how can the “rules” of life help to preserve today’s diversity into tomorrow? Join us for our Darwin Day speaker double feature and witness the indelible imprint of evolution and selection on today’s biodiversity.
Free to the public. Food and drink will be served at the ice-breaker.
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University Park Campus, Taper Hall (THH) 101
Doors open @ 7p | Presentation @ 7:30p