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Science on Wheels

2020-11-05 18:00:00 2020-11-05 19:00:00 America/Chicago Science on Wheels Live event via Zoom

Thursday, November 05
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Add to Calendar 2020-11-05 18:00:00 2020-11-05 19:00:00 America/Chicago Science on Wheels This event will virtually connect you with scientists from the University of Missouri discussing their research in a wide variety of subject areas, from birds to bacteria, insect diversity to freezing embryos and even life on other planets. Come prepared to listen, learn and ask plenty of questions. Ages 10-adult. Please register to get a link to this Zoom webinar. Live event via Zoom

This event will virtually connect you with scientists from the University of Missouri discussing their research in a wide variety of subject areas, from birds to bacteria, insect diversity to freezing embryos and even life on other planets. Come prepared to listen, learn and ask plenty of questions. Ages 10-adult. Please register to get a link to this Zoom webinar.

Science on Wheels is a group aimed at engaging citizens across Missouri with science. This event will virtually connect you with scientists from the University of Missouri in a wide variety of subject areas. Come prepared to listen, learn and ask plenty of questions.

Host Zack Miller is a Ph.D. student researching how bees and pollination are affected by climate change.
These guest scientists will talk about their research topics:

  • Jen Amstutz, Ph.D. student — the growth of bacterial cells
  • Sarah Clements, Ph.D. student — tracking migratory birds and understanding how a bird's decisions affects survival and populations
  • Garrett Frandson, master's student — insect diversity
  • Samantha Gerb, veterinarian and master's student — how to optimally collect and preserve sperm and embryos for storage and shipping
  • Jordyn Lucas, Ph.D. student — the origin of life on other planets

Ages 10-adult. Please register to get a link to this Zoom webinar.

AGE GROUP: | Teens | School-Age | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | General | Featured |

TAGS: | Science |

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