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Green Life Sciences Symposium

Keynote speaker: Cornelius Barry, Michigan State University, Department of Horticulture presents Plant science research, teaching, and training

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The 2017 Green Life Science symposium at the University of Michigan will bring together nationally- and internationally-known experts in green life sciences (including U-M alumni) to talk with and to U-M students and faculty about the latest developments in genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Participants may choose from a variety of talks and join experts in the field and fellow scholars for a lively discussion of modern plant science and the role of GMOs.

Our renowned guests will also be available to meet with interested students to provide academic and industry career advice. Faculty, industry professionals, and students are encouraged to network, establishing connections that will benefit future work in the field.

This symposium aims to inform our community, provide a forum for intellectual debate, and foster collaboration among faculty and students in the natural science, environmental sciences, health sciences, and engineering.

REGISTRATION IS FREE & RECOMMENDED, see web link below. Or visit:
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When and Where

Map Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building - Kahn Auditorium

October 2017

8:00am - 5:00pm

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