SftPublic Programs 2019


March 18, 2019 Why the Earth Needs Its Oceans. Amala Mahadevan, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

March 26, 2019 Innovative Solutions to Antibiotic Resistance Gautam Dantas, Ph.D.
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri

Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

April 09, 2019 Mass Extinctions Andrew Knoll, Ph.D., Harvard University
Contemporary Science Issues & Innovations, Belmont Media Center

April 23, 2019 Psychiatric Drugs: Why They Often Fail Us Over Long Term
Robert Whitaker Author of Anatomy of an Epidemic; Founder, Mad in America.com
SftPublic Lecture Series with Belmont Public Library

May 07, 2019 The Great Potential of Offshore WInd Farms Andrew Myers, Ph.D., P.E., Northeastern University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

June 04, 2019 How Science Fiction Inspired Science David Toomey, Ph.D., UMass-Amherst
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

June 11, 2019 The Scientific Attitude Lee McIntyre, Ph.D., Boston University
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

July 10, 2019 Nectar, Pollen and the Health of Bees Lynn Adler, Ph.D., UMass-Amherst
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

July 16, 2019 Mathematical Prediction of a Sixth Mass Extinction Daniel Rothman, Ph.D., MIT
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations, Belmont Media Center

August 15, 2019 Light from Darkness? Searching for Dark Matter in the Sky Tracy Slatyer, Ph.D.,, MIT
Science for the Public Lectures (in partnership with Robbins Library, Arlington, MA), at Robbins Library