Basic Science Lights the Way: Innovations & Adaptations for Sustainability

Thursday, April 1, 2021 - 5:00pm

UC Berkeley has a renowned history in the sciences of cutting-edge, curiosity-driven research that results in paradigm-shifting discovery — fundamentally changing our understanding of nature, the universe, and ourselves. This tradition continues on campus as strong as ever. If you share our curiosity, the College of Letters & Science’s Division of Biological Sciences and Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences invite you to the Spring 2021 series of enlightening virtual discussions, featuring several of our brilliant faculty and students.

Innovations & Adaptations for Sustainability

Solving the global challenge of environmental sustainability requires ideas from experts across STEM fields and beyond. Our panel’s expertise spans from biodiversity in Amazonia to batteries and new planet-friendly materials.

This talk features Paul V.A. Fine, Alessandra Lanzara, and Ramamoorthy Ramesh, moderated by Charles R. Marshall, Philip Sandford Boone Chair in Paleontology

Register on the Basic Science Lights the Way website

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