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11.18.20 | 12 - 1 PM ET

NU@Noon: Molecular Events in the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease

Lee Makowski, Professor and Chair, Department of Bioengineering, discusses how we are using novel imaging tools in an attempt to better understand these processes and uncover clues to design effective therapeutic strategies for slowing or halting disease progression.

Nov. 10, 2020 | 7 PM GMT | 3 PM ET

Women Who Empower Presents Tech, Innovation and Entrepreneurship During COVID

Join the Women Who Empower Ambassadors for a discussion on tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation will feature a panel of dynamic female speakers, that will share their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors.

11.05.20 | 6:30 pm GMT | 2:30 pm ET

Drawing Stability and Nourishment from Within

In a world where very little can be truly relied on, it’s hard to know where to turn for a sense of solid ground beneath our feet. Perhaps the ‘new normal’ is to accept that the ground we stand on constantly shifts as we learn new ways to keep our balance. With practice, we can […]

10.14.20 | 12:00PM ET

NU@Noon: Permafrost – A Potential Tipping Point in the Climate System

Aron Stubbins, Associate Professor Marine & Environmental Science, Chemistry & Chemical Biology, and Civil & Environmental Engineering will discuss the background on tipping points and specifics about permafrost carbon-climate feedbacks, including discoveries from his fieldwork in Siberia.

10.13.20 | 12:00PM ET

Forecasting the 2020 Election

Costas Panagopoulos, department chair and professor of political science, spoke about what to expect on Election Day in the presidential and congressional general elections. Dr. Panagopoulos assessed polls and forecasts and provided a historical perspective on election results and their implications for politics and governance in America. Alumnus Henry Edson, MS'20, SSH'20 was the introductory speaker.

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