The life sciences at Brown go under the microscope.
From climate change to the microbiome, from aging to brain science, the mysteries, discoveries, and revolutions in life sciences research at Brown were on full display one Saturday in early March at the Day of Biology. The event, part of Brown’s year-long 250th anniversary celebration, drew alumni, students, and faculty together to showcase their work and share ideas at colloquia, TED-style talks, and a keynote by Nobel laureate Craig Mello, PhD ’82.
Day of Biology Photo Gallery
Walter J. Kenworthy Keynote Address by Dr. Craig Mello
TED(style) Talks: Lucy Spelman, Joshua Cohen, Justin Klee, and Jeffrey Morgan