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Darwin Symposium at Field Museum offers broad overview of his science and its impact
Date:10/17/2007

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10:40 11:10 AM ANDREW SMITH, The Natural History Museum, London: Fossils and Phylogeny

11:10 11:40 AM PETER CRANE, University of Chicago: The Evolution of Carnivores from Plants

11:40 12:10 AM NEIL SHUBIN, The Field Museum: The Origin of Tetrapod Limbs

12:10 2:00 PM Lunch Break

2:00 2:30 PM JONATHAN LOSOS, Harvard University (MCZ): Evolution in Action: Caribbean Island Lizards

2:30 3:00 PM TREVOR PRICE, University of Chicago: Evolution in Action: Darwins Finches

3:00 3:30 PM DANIEL BROOKS, University of Toronto: Darwin and Co-Evolution: Emphasizing the Nature of the Organism in Studies of Multi-Species Associations

4:00 4:30 PM DAVID HILLIS, University of Texas, Austin: The HIV Epidemic: Tracking an Evolutionary Process

4: 30 5:00 PM ROBERT MARTIN, The Field Museum: The Origin of Man


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