New York Times Science Journalist Speaks on Health and Science
Gina Kolata, Science Journalist for The New York Times, will present a special seminar on Friday, November 15, 3:00pm at the Alice Campbell Alumni Center.
Our health is one of the most controversial areas of science. Is there any way to cut through the noise, and the myth, to discover the true benefits science can offer us? Gina Kolata, of The New York Times, will help to interpret the data and make real sense of the science that is instrumental in leading a better quality life so that you can make better decisions for yourself and your future. She will provide an in-depth analysis in a clear and direct way, to help you get to the heart of the issues that matter most to you.
The lecture is sponsored by the Institute for Genomic Biology, the College of Law, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the College of Media, and the Center for Advanced Study.
The Alice Campbell Alumni Center is located at 601 S. Lincoln Avenue in Urbana, Illinois, and additional details of the event can be found here.