Big ideas in five minutes at the ten-day Cambridge Science Festival

I’ve been busy over at Nature Network Boston, where I’ll be posting steady coverage of the Cambridge Science Festival. Check it out

The first event is Big Ideas for Busy People, 10 five-minute talks. Speakers include: Jack Szostak, The Origin of Life Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School; Colleen Cavanaugh, The Human Microbiome: We Are Not Alone biologist, Harvard University; Dr. Donald Elliott Ingber, Human Organs-on-Chips: No More Animal Studies for Drug Development?Director, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard and Robert Desimone, Shedding Light in the Brain Director, MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research.

Friday, April 29, 2011
7:30-9:30 pm
Big Ideas for Busy People
The Laboratory at Harvard, Northwest Building, 52 Oxford Street

Pictures from last year here on Flickr.

Also over at NNB:

Link to PLM
Link to Commonhealth story
Link to Nature Biotech paper


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