Join members of Yale Science Communication for an exciting presentation from their series, “Science in the News.”
“What is essential is invisible to the naked eye” –Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
What can’t we see with our naked eye? And does it matter?
From dark matter in the universe to biological cells that make up each of us to the tiniest viruses, we will discuss worlds unseen and how they grow.
Along the way, we will get a glimpse of where we came from, what we’re made of, and how to harness these hidden worlds to develop new medical treatments and advance technology.
Yale Science Communication (or “YSC”) is a graduate student organization that aims to ignite scientific engagement across diverse communities and train effective science communicators in the broader Yale graduate and postdoctoral community.
FREE! Registration is required. Please Note: This is a virtual program via ZOOM. Participants will receive a link to the meeting via email once they have registered.