The Boston Science and Engineering Lectures website offers a comprehensive list of many such events happening in the Boston area. Nothing fancy, just super comprehensive.
Here’s a sample of health-related posts from this week. Always double check before attending. Trends toward science but includes policy events. And, thanks to editor Fred Hapgood, who would “appreciate your mentioning this list to people with compatible interests.”
Here’s a sample:
Monday March 27
5:15p. “Poverty and Inequality: Societal and Psychological Costs.” Presentations and a Panel Discussion. HLS: Austin Hall 100, 1515 Massachusetts Ave. Details, Abstract.
Tuesday, March 28
2 – 5p. “The Myths of Testosterone.” A forum. . BU: Photonics Center 906, 8 St. Mary’s St. Details.
6 – 8p. “Rosalind Franklin: DNA’s Shadow Figure.” A screening of NOVA’s “Secret of Photo 51,” which examines Franklin’s largely unsung role in the discovery of DNA. Introduced by Tracey L. Petryshen, of the MGH Center for Genomic Medicine. MGH: Museum of Medical History, 12 North Grove St. Details. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-724-2755.
Wednesday, March 29
Noon. “Nature’s Gift: How the Discovery of Structural Principles in a Microbial Protein Helped Illuminate the Pathophysiology of Psychiatry.” Karl Deisseroth. Boston Children’s Hospital: Folkman Auditorium, 300 Longwood Ave. Details.* This Event will be webcast.
5:30 – 8p. “Connected Health: Emerging Technologies Poised to Make our Lives Better.” A forum. MIT: 32-144. Details, Abstract, Registration.
6p. “Examining America’s Opioid Crisis.” A forum. HKS: JFK Jr. Forum, 79 JFK St. Details.
March 30 – 31. “2017 MassBio Annual Meeting.” Royal Sonesta, Cambridge. Details, Abstract, Registration.
2:30p. “CRISPR and What’s Next.” 2017 MassBio Annual Meeting. Royal Sonesta, Cambridge. Details.
6:30p. “Consciousness Hacking: Meditation, Neuroscience, and Technology.” A forum. Harvard Divinity School: Sperry Room and Various Classrooms, Andover Hall, 45 Francis Ave. Details, Abstract, Registration.
Friday March 31
9 – Noon. “A Mini-Symposium on Cancer Stem Cells.” Dana-Farber Institute, Jimmy Fund Auditorium. Details.
April 1 – 2. “Investing in Discovery: Food Tank Summit.” A conference. Tufts: Friedman School, 150 Harrison Avenue. Details, Abstract, Registration.