Join us as scientists Pascal Gangeaux and Francisco Villarreal discuss sex and chocolate! Pascal will explain why it takes hundreds of millions of sperm to fertilize one egg, and Francisco will enumerate the history and health benefits of cocoa.
Catch up on the latest developments in stem cell therapies with scientist Jeremy Pettus!
Scientists Stanley Maloy and Jenni Vanos will explore some of the implications of climate change beyond rising temperatures.
UCSD scientists Drew Walker and Megan Bardolph will discuss the science underlying how our perceptions and beliefs shape our mental models of the world
Scientists Leslie Carver and Eric Courchesne will delve into science's current understanding about autism. Leslie will explore social reward processing in those with ASD, and Eric will explain why the constant reported "breakthroughs" haven't seemed to make a real difference yet.
Find out what scientists Steve Briggs and Julian Schroeder have to say about the safety of GMOs (genetically modified organisms)
Join UCSD researchers Erica Heinrich, Michael Tift, Esteban Moy and Naomi Deacon as they discuss the genetic and physiological adaptations in human populations living more than 14,000 feet above sea level in the Tibetan and Peruvian highlands, mammals that experience low oxygen while diving at sea and during sleep apnea events on land, and laboratory research in animal models that aims to better understand system-wide low oxygen tolerance.
Speakers (all UCSD):
- Erica Heinrich
- Michael Tift
- Esteban Moya
- Naomi Deacon