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Darwin Festival: Day Two

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Day Two of the 41st Annual Darwin Festival continues with a deep dive into the ocean. We are thrilled to be joined by marine biologists Roger Hanlon and Tim Shank from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for what are sure to be enriching and lively conversations about everything from ocean exploration research to color and patterns from the Octopus to the iPhone. And for the film lovers among us, we will be offering a full slate of documentaries to delight your senses and spark your curiosity.

Tuesday, February 11 Event Lineup

8 am | Slater Lecture Hall (Meier Hall Room 444)

VIDEO: Silverback Films: Our Planet: One Planet: Witness the breathtaking diversity of life on earth (50 minutes)

9:25 am | Veterans Hall (Ellison Campus Center)

LECTURE: “Deep Ocean Exploration and Research” – Tim Shank, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole MA Sponsored by the Charles Albert Read Trust.

10:50 am | Slater Lecture Hall (Meier Hall Room 444)

VIDEO: Silverback Films: Our Planet: The High Seas: Explore the amazing biological communities in the deep dark oceans (50 minutes)

12:15 pm | Veterans Hall (Ellison Campus Center)

LECTURE: “From Octopus to the iPhone: Studying Color and Pattern From Molecules to Organisms with Science, Art, and Engineering” Roger Hanlon, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole MA Sponsored by the Scuba Club.

1:45 pm | Slater Lecture Hall (Meier Hall Room 444)

VIDEO: NOVA: Cuttlefish: Kings of Camouflage: Learn about these amazing, brainy, shape-shifting creatures (60 minutes)

3:05 pm | Slater Lecture Hall (Meier Hall Room 444)

VIDEO: Vox: The Mind Explained: One part of a 5-part series exploring memory, dreams, anxiety, mindfulness, and psychedelics (90 minutes)

All events are free and open to the public. For access and accommodation information please visit salemstate.edu/access or email access@salemstate.edu.

See the Schedule for Other Darwin Festival Events

Schedule for February 10: Day One
Schedule for February 12: Day Three
Schedule for February 13: Day Four
Schedule for February 14: Day Five

When 5:00pm
Contact
Debra Longo

For access and accommodation information, visit our page on access or email access@salemstate.edu.

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