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"Frontiers of Evolution" - Lecture 4 in the 150th anniversary "Origin of Species" lecture series

Fresno Art Museum

Tuesday, November 24, 2009 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EST)

"Frontiers of Evolution" - Lecture 4 in the 150th...

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Note: Due to illness, E.O. Wilson is not able to do this event.

Two options:

1. Free webcast from our partners at the New York Academy of Sciences at 6pm ET Nov 24 
Register here: *
* You must register separately for this to get into the New York Academy system.
2. British Council taped comments from E.O. Wilson at 1pm ET Nov 24
You can watch at 1pm ET E.O. Wilson speak via taped comments - through a collaboration we set up wih the British Council. No registration needed but you do need the latest version of Adobe Flash. Go here at 1pm on Tuesday, Nov 24:
Thanks - and, on behalf of E.O. Wilson and the Reading Odyssey, apologies for this change!
Founder, Reading Odyssey and Darwin150




Tuesday, November 24
Speakers: E.O. Wilson, Everett Mendelsohn, and others
Lecture 4: Frontiers of Evolution 
1:00 PM EST/ 10:00 AM PST (150 minute lecture and Q&A)

On Tuesday, November 24, at 1pm Eastern time--the 150th anniversary of the publication of "On the Origin of Species"--a panel of scientists led by E.O. Wilson and Everett Mendelsohn, will discuss Darwin's legacy and talk about the frontiers of evolutionary and molecular biology hosted by The Reading Odyssey and the Darwin Facebook project

Sponsors include National Geographic, Citrix Online and their HiDef Conferencing Division, Campaign Monitor, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, National Center for Science Education, Squarespace, Creation The Movie, and The New York Academy of Sciences.

Note: this lecture is the final of five free lectures in the Fall of 2009 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of "On the Origin of Species." To register for the other lectures in the series go here:

Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3: 

Lecture 5:

For more information on our Darwin activities, visit our website at

To keep informed of the lecture series and other events, sign up for the Reading Odyssey newsletter here:

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Tuesday, November 24, 2009 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EST)

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Exhibitions include contemporary and modern art and photography and ethnographic and cultural exhibitions which reflect and celebrate the diverse population of the San Joaquin Valley. The Museum is also home to very large and impressive collection of Pre-Columbian artworks from Mexico and what is now modern-day Peru. It is the only museum in Fresno accredited by the Americian Alliance of Museums.
In addition to thought-provoking and exciting exhibitions, the Fresno Art Museum provides the region's 1.6 million residents with a forum for contemporary and modern issues as they relate to art and culture, films, concerts, lectures, docent tours, and symposia to enlighten, educate, and entertain its visitors.
Over 14,000 people from across the Valley and around the world visit the Museum each year.
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