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Katharine Hayhoe Encourages Conversations to Build a Climate of Hope
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Katharine Hayhoe Encourages Conversations to Build a Climate of Hope

Andrea Korte

On December 17, 2019, AAAS DoSER hosted Dr. Hayhoe and Bishop Jefferts Schori for a discussion on climate change, environmental…
A Climate of Hope: Scientists and Faith Communities Addressing the Climate Crisis 1
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A Climate of Hope: Scientists and Faith Communities Addressing the Climate Crisis

On December 17, 2019, AAAS DoSER hosted Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, and Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori for a discussion on climate…
The Tapestry of Health: Genetic Diversity, History, and Cultural Identity
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The Tapestry of Health: Genetic Diversity, History, and Cultural Identity

Scientific and cultural perspectives on human diversity, including concepts of “race” and ancestry, have shifted dramatically over the centuries. In…
Of Minds and Machines: What Artificial Intelligence Tells Us About Ourselves
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Of Minds and Machines: What Artificial Intelligence Tells Us About Ourselves

In 2017, the American Association for the Advancement of Science's program of Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (AAAS |…
Holiday Lecture - Advancing Together: Cooperation and Creativity in Human Evolution
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Holiday Lecture – Advancing Together: Cooperation and Creativity in Human Evolution

In this presentation, University of Notre Dame anthropologist Agustín Fuentes suggested that human advances stemmed from a unique cocktail of…
Are We Only Our Genes?
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Are We Only Our Genes?

Almost 200 people joined DoSER on December 13 for the 2012 Annual Holiday Lecture which explored the complex relationship between…
AAAS DoSER Event Explores the Power—and Possible Limits—of the Scientific Method
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AAAS DoSER Event Explores the Power—and Possible Limits—of the Scientific Method

Earl Lane

On December 6, 2011, Drs. Ian Hutchinson and Lisa Randall discussed if science can explain everything.