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GrEBES seminar: April 6, 7PM, 150 Columbia

GrEBES presents: De-Extinction

Dr. Jack Horner – “How to Make Living Dinosaurs and Unicorns”
Seminar: 6 April at 7pm in 150 Columbia Hall

The Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students (GrEBES) are pleased to present our annual 
Spring Public Seminar Series.

This year we explore the topic of de-extinction through the eyes of paleontologist Jack Horner, 
bioethicist Hank Greely, and evolutionary geneticist Hendrik Poinar. 

Join us Wednesday, April 6th, at 7pm in Columbia 150 to listen 
to Dr. Jack Horner kick off this year’s seminar series with a fun and 
exciting talk on reverse engineering dinosaurs. 

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This Spring Seminar Series is a free and public event hosted by GrEBES 
(Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students), an ASUO-supported student organization.