2001 Lectures and Events

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Saturday Science Lectures on "Decoding Life's Instruction Book: Genetics and Genomics" to Begin on 13 January
02 January 2001  
"The Amazingly Similar Genes of Dogs, Humans, and Mice" Set as Second of Six-Lecture Series
08 January 2001  
Lecture Series Continues With "Monsters or Miracles? Genetically Modified Organisms in Our Food"
17 January 2001  
2001 Lecture Series Continues With "Monsters or Miracles? Genetically Modified Organisms in Our Food"
17 January 2001  
"The Amazingly Similar Genes of Dogs, Humans, and Mice" Set as Second of 2001 Six-Lecture Series
20 January 2001  
Marker Lectures in the Mathematical Sciences Set for 29 January to 1 February 2001
23 January 2001  
Lecture on Genetic Testing and Its Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues is Fourth Installment in Saturday Series
24 January 2001  
Gonzalez Selected as 2001 Women in Physics Lecturer
30 January 2001  
Distinguished Materials Physics Lecture Titled "Small is Different: From Electrons to Nanojets"
31 January 2001  
Marker Lectures in the Physical Sciences Set for 14 to 16 February 2001
31 January 2001  
Saturday Morning Public Lecture Series Features "Reflections on a Golden Age: Challenge Amid Success in Human Genomics"
31 January 2001  
Chemerda Lectures in Science Scheduled 12 to 15 February
07 February 2001  
"Genetics and Functional Genomics: What We Can Learn About Cancer from Mutant Zebrafish" Concludes Saturday Morning Public Lectures Series
07 February 2001  
"Genetics and Functional Genomics: What We Can Learn About Cancer from Mutant Zebrafish" Concludes 2001 Saturday Morning Public Lectures Series
07 February 2001  
Lecture Titled "A Brief History of the Universe" Scheduled for 25 February
12 February 2001  
Sociology and Statistics Lecturer Presents "Does Going to School Make You Smarter?"
09 March 2001  
Lecture Titled "From Stardust to Dinosaurs to Footprints on the Moon to Stardust Again" Scheduled for 24 March
14 March 2001  
Nobel Laureate to Present First Eberly Family Distinguished Lecture in Science
27 March 2001  
"Alternative Careers in Science: Leaving the Ivory Tower"
27 March 2001  
"Parade of the Planets: Past, Present and Future" Lecture on 28 April at State College Area High School
01 April 2001  

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