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Indian Point – A Film Screening and Q&A With Director Ivy Meeropol

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Anke te Heesen – Getting Art and Science Together in the 1970s and 1980s: An Exhibition History

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Anke te Heesen – Earwitness Thomas Kuhn: The Interview in Historical Research

Neil Safier – Where Entangled Empires and Early Modern Science Intertwine: An Iberoamerican Perspective

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Noam Andrews – What’s the Matter with Johannes Kepler?

David Trippett – The Shadow of Brainwashing: A Short History of Coercive Interrogation from the Cold War to the War on Terror

Rosamond Purcell – Double Identity: Anomaly and the Imagination

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Music and the Body Between Revolutions: Paris, 1789-1848

‘Moonlight’ Science Lunch Discussion – Columbia University

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Music and the Body Between Revolutions: Paris, 1789-1848

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Anthony Lechich – Life at the End of Life

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Ethical Tangles in Neurodegenerative Disease Research: Targeting Participants at Genetic Risk

Dagmar Schäfer – Dynastic Knowledge and the Knowledge of Dynasties: Politics and the History of Scientific Change in China

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Roger Kneebone – Crossing Boundaries at The New York Academy of Medicine

The Business of Handloom Fashion: The Future of Sustainable Dyeing and Weaving Workshops in India and Okinawa

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Weaving: Cognition, Technology, Culture

Data Science Institute – Data Science Day 2017

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Weaving: Cognition, Technology, Culture

The Fourth Harriet Zuckerman Conference at the Mellon Biennial

Gascia Ouzounian – Powers of Hearing: Acoustic Defense and Technologies of Listening during the First World War

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Weaving: Cognition, Technology, Culture

The Fourth Harriet Zuckerman Conference at the Mellon Biennial

Reembodied Sound: A Symposium & Festival of Transducer-based Music and Sonic Art

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Weaving: Cognition, Technology, Culture

Reembodied Sound: A Symposium & Festival of Transducer-based Music and Sonic Art

Maria Sibylla Merian Conference

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Reembodied Sound: A Symposium & Festival of Transducer-based Music and Sonic Art

Maria Sibylla Merian Conference

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Carol D. Ryff – “Unequal Lives and Aging: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know?”

Advocate for Science – brainNY

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The Human Sense of Smell – Seminars in Society and Neuroscience

Two Cultures Reading Group – CP Snow and the Atomic Bomb

Exploratory Works: Drawings from the Department of Tropical Research Field Expeditions

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The Medical Legacy of War – Perspectives from the Field

Stephanie M. Fullerton – Practicing Precision: Reflections on the Pursuit of Genomic Research in Clinical Settings

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Patricia Falguières – The Mimesis of the Ancients

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Language and the Brain: How Our Brains Turn Sounds into Words

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Exhibition Tour—Picturing Math: Selections from the Department of Drawings and Prints

What Fire Does: A Conference

Pamela Smith – Keynote Address: Fire and Transformation in Early Modern European Art and Alchemy

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Sandra Soo-Jin Lee – Will Precision Medicine Be for ‘All of Us’? The ‘Good Citizen’ in an Age of Disparity

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Evidence: An Interdisciplinary Conversation about Knowing and Certainty

Joanna Radin – Latent Life in Biomedicine’s Ice Age

Fabian Krämer – A Centaur in London: Observation and Reading in the Early Modern Study of Nature

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Evidence: An Interdisciplinary Conversation about Knowing and Certainty

Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

Biodiversity and Its Histories Workshop

Julia Wynn – Obtaining Consent, Educating and Disclosing Results from Genomic Sequencing: A Genetic Counselor’s Perspective

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

Biodiversity and Its Histories Workshop

To Detect and Conserve: New Research on the Science and History of Columbia’s Ancient Manuscripts

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

Sandra Soo-Jin Lee – Beyond Consent: Diverse Patient Perspectives on Building Trust in Precision Medicine Research

Ann-Sophie Barwich – Scent Track: What can the History of Olfaction tell us about Theorizing in the Life Sciences?

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

James Scott – Landscaping the Planet: The “Domus Complex” or The Late Neolithic Multi-Species Resettlement Camp

Biodiversity and Its Histories Student Exhibit – Opening Event

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

Knowledge Production in Twentieth Century China and Beyond

Advances in Precision Medicine: Genetics Conference

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

Knowledge Production in Twentieth Century China and Beyond

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Biodiversity and Its Histories Exhibition

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