Psychedelics, AI and viral outbreaks: Harvard grad student with Science in the News explain it all via its 20th public lecture series @SITN Boston

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All fall lectures will be held on Wednesday evenings in Armenise Auditorium at Harvard Medical School from 7 to 9:00 p.m. Please see the “directions” link … for instructions on how to access Armenise Auditorium (in Goldenson Hall) and the lecture hall, located at 200 Longwood Ave in Boston.

This semester’s series will feature eight lectures:
September 26 – Extremophiles: Life on the Edge of our Planet
October 3 – The Past and Future of Viral Outbreaks
October 10 – Altered State of Mind: How Psychedelics Modify the
Brain, Behavior, and Perception
October 17 – A Star Trek: A Voyage to Discover Sources of Cosmic Signals in Our Universe
October 24 – Designing AI-Enabled Technology for Society
November 7 – Fighting Back Against Climate Change: Altering Earth’s Atmosphere
November 14 – Brains and Bodies: How to Make Smart Robots
November 28 – Sex, Science, and the State: The Role of Science in Sexual Reproductive Health and Policymaking

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