Yale Peabody Museum Lecture Series

 

Natural History in the 21st Century

Botanical Explorations into Mountains, Deserts, Genomes and Herbaria

 

Erika Edwards (PhD '05)

Yale Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology,
Curator of Botany, Yale Peabody Museum,
Director, Marsh Botanical Garden

  
in conversation with

 

Martha Muñoz

Yale Assistant Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

 

RESCHEDULED:

Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 5:30 pm

Zoom webinar

 

Natural history is alive and well in 2020. We are still squarely in the age of biodiversity discovery, with new insights emerging at every level of biological organization. Advances in molecular biology and new visualization tools are bringing clarity to evolutionary questions that have lingered since the days of Darwin. This discussion will delve into surprises and delights of botanical exploration in many of the world’s ecosystems – including the sidewalks of New Haven.

 

 

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