A Symposium on the Nature of Science
Fermilab's Wilson Hall
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Speakers and Abstracts
David J. Anderson Finch Beaks Crack More Than Seeds
Janet Conrad and Len Bugel How do We Know?
Douglas K. Duncan What is Science? The Shocking difference between what scientists think, and what students thinkand what to do about it.
Heather Q. Farrar and Peter Konecki Astronomy and Cosmology in the K-12 Classroom
Rocky Kolb The First Second in the Life of the Universe
Leon M. Lederman and a panel of teachers Reflections on the Day
Gabrielle Lyon and Melanie Wojtulewicz Evolution in the K-12 Classroom
Clifford N. Matthews Cosmochemistry and the Origin of Life
J. Madeleine Nash Beyond Creationism: A Reporter's Eye View of World Views in Collision
P. James E. Peebles The Large-scale Nature of the Universe
Chris Quigg The Nature of Science
Paul C. Sereno Dinosaurs and Deep Time: The Science and Art of Reconstructing the Past
Timothy E. Toohig Physics Research: Search for God
Michael S. Turner What the Universe Is Made of and How We Know It
Trudy R. Turner Primates and Evolution: Examples from the Field
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