Who counts as alive? And what ethical difference does it make?

General event

Who counts as alive? And what ethical difference does it make?

  • Event time: 3:30pm until 4:30pm
  • Event date: 7th June 2019
  • Speaker: Lucas Mix (Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University)
  • Location: Higgs Centre Seminar Room, Room 4305,

Event details

Interested in FREE pizza and drinks?

Interested in the conditions for the emergence and evolution of life?

Interested in the search for life beyond Earth?

The new Earth, Life & Space Seminar Series (ELASSS) covers all of thisWe would like to invite you to attend our first seminar.

The talk will be about 20 minutes, after which we will have a group discussion about the speaker’s talk and general astrobiology-related topics.

Astrobiology is a multidisciplinary field of science. Our own research group is composed of planetary scientists, geologists, biologists, microbiologists, geochemists, physicists, astronomers, environmental scientists and engineers. We have created ELASSS to improve collaboration between these scientific disciplines across campus, and to encourage more people to get involved in the fascinating field of Astrobiology.

FREE pizza, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.

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