From Gregor Mendel's discovery of the laws of heredity, to the recognition of DNA as life's critical molecular "key," scientists have probed the role of this remarkably complex material and the code it contains to expand our understanding of life. With the genetic code of hundreds of life forms now sequenced, and geometrically larger genomic datasets publicly available, scientists are able to advance research into the genetic roots of disease, how global viral pandemics occur, how transformative agricultural research can help feed our planet’s growing population, how environmental influences affect individual development, and how genetic mutation and variation impact survival at the species level.
Please note that North Park Avenue is closed for construction. Cars should avoid Park Avenue entirely and enter the Tyndall Avenue Garage from the garage's Euclid Avenue (west) side. South Campus Drive will provide easiest pedestrian access to Centennial Hall. We advise you arrive by 6:30.
Lectures are held at Centennial Hall on the campus of the University of Arizona. Parking is available on a pay per use basis in the Tyndall Avenue Garage. All lectures begin at 7:00 PM and are free to the public. Call 520-621-4090 for more information.