Learn about the pros and cons of using synthetic biology to genetically modify organisms and more at the LASER speaker series Jan. 13. (File photo)
Leading Bay Area scientists and artists will delve into the
pros and cons of using synthetic biology to genetically modify organisms, how
globalization impacts women’s art, how artists are adapting to meet the growing
demand for eco-friendly art, and more at USF on Jan. 13.
Your 30-second teaser here
Attendees are also invited to present, framing their latest
works as 30-second teasers intended to invite follow-up. The event is part of
the Leonardo Art/Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) series, created to foster engagement
with the public and interdisciplinary networking among scientists, artists,
philosophers, historians, inventors, and scholars.
Join us in USF’s Fromm Hall, Berman Room, on Jan. 13 at 7
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