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Hear keynote speaker Craig Venter, President of The Center for the Advancement of Genomics and founder of Celera Genomics, the company that won the race to decode the human genome.
Grade 6-12 teachers: A physicist, a chemist, and a biologist will describe their contributions to the human genome project, and how integration among the sciences influenced their work.
Grade K-8 teachers: Choose from several sessions featuring the latest in science education resources and techniques.
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The registration fee for the day is $10, which includes a box lunch.
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7:30-8:15 Registration & Continental Breakfast
Ramsey Auditorium Foyer
8:15-9:00 J. Craig Venter
Symposium on the
Nature of Science
Science Resource Fair
9:00-9:15 Q & A with Craig Venter 9:15-10:45 Parallel Session 1 9:30-10:35 Marcos Antezana: Gene Sequences and Gene Function; Gene Expression and Aging; or the Value of Looking the Other Way 10:35-11:35 Lunch 11:00-12:30 Parallel Session 2 11:35-12:40 Neil Kelleher: How a Chemist Needs Computer Science, Biology, and Engineering to Push the Limits of Modern Mass Spectrometry 12:30-1:15 Lunch 12:55-2:00 Harold Garner: Research at the Interface of Biomedicine and the Physical Sciences 1:30-2:30 Parallel Session 3 2:00-2:30 Leon Lederman:
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