The Science Scene

Monday, May 16

"Brutal Justice? Animals Accusing Humans of Abuse." Jonathan Crane, Raymond F. Schinazi Scholar in Bioethics and Jewish Thought, will give a talk as part of the Emory Emeritus College Lunch Colloquium Series. Registration is required, and there is a fee for the lunch included in the talk. At 11:30 am in the Luce Center.

Tuesday, May 17

"Modulation Vascular Smooth Muscle Function by NADPH Oxidases." A seminar led by Emory professor of cardiology Alejandra San Martin. At noon in Rollins Research Center, room 5052.

Tuesday, May 24
Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail


"Toward Precision Medicine in Epilepsy." At talk by David Goldstein, a geneticist from Columbia University. At noon at Emory School of Medicine, room 110.

Saturday, June 4

"Practical Beekeeping: A Hands-on Approach." Learn the basics of honeybee biology, beehive maintenance and beekeeping equipment. The hands-on class is guided by Curtis Gentry, beekeeper for the Atlanta Botanical Garden beehives. Registration and a fee is required for this class. From 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the garden.

Saturday, June 18

"The Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail: Discovery Day." A variety of hands-on activities and informational booths for both children and adults to learn about monarch butterflies and other pollinators. The Freedom Farmer's Market will also be in operation, featuring native plant vendors who specialize in host and nectar plants for pollinators. From 9 am to 1 pm at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.

For more events, click on links to Emory calendars:

Anthropology
Biology
Center for Ethics
Center for Mind, Brain and Culture
Chemistry
Economics
Department of Pharmacology
Frontiers in Neuroscience Seminars 
Math and Computer Science
Physics
Psychology
Rollins School of Public Health
School of Medicine: Medical Grand Rounds
Sociology