The age of options
The first five programs featured five SFU scientists who discussed their work and areas of study. LIB Organic Chemistry: Curiosity and Passion Organic chemists are modern-day alchemists hiding in a laboratory among elixirs, alembics and concoctions.
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Give them a bit of coal, a little air and some fire, and they can make you a beautiful molecule. From the accidental discovery of synthetic dyes and sweeteners to the mass production of antibiotics and biodegradable polymers, organic chemists are continually changing the word around us.
Currently not available for registration. Yet the fundamentals of medicine, which we so rarely discuss, elude us. Even though our tools and technologies have changed, scientific discoveries from over years ago are really the bedrock of medicine today.
We will examine how early chemists, mathematicians, immunologists and other thinkers grappled with the mysteries of the body, from respiration and metabolism to hormones and infection. Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash. Since then, many countries have passed laws to protect endangered species. But why?
Even as many species are lost globally, the richness of local species may not change much because successful species from elsewhere move in. Also, since most species are naturally rare, their loss on a local scale may have little discernibile effect. Despite our gut feeling, the scientific arguments for actively preserving endangered species remain fragile.
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We will consider various arguments in light of the many conflicting facts. Part science, part memoir, part travel adventure, at its core the age of options talk is an argument for an ethics of climate action.
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