The ALLELE seminar series

Welcome to the ALLELE (ALabama LEctures on Life’s Evolution) seminar series. The series organizing committee, the Evolution Working Group, is pleased to present the eighth series of lectures on evolution. The lectures are designed for a non-specialist audience and are free and open to the public.

All talks and performances at 7:30 in the University of Alabama Biology  Building Auditorium.

Information about the speakers is available here.

October 2, 2014
Anthony Martin “Dinosaurs Without Bones: What Dinosaur Trace Fossils Tell Us About Evolution”

November 6, 2014
Chris Mooney

January 29, 2015
Patrick McGovern “Uncorking the Past: Fermentation as Earth’s Earliest Energy System and Humankind’s First Biotechnology”

February 26, 2015
Michael Antolin “What Doctors Need to Know About Evolution”

March 5, 2015
Rebecca Burch “Semen Chemistry: Implications, Innovations, and Controversy”

April 23, 2015
Sean Carroll “Brave Genius: A Scientist’s Journey from the French Resistance to the Nobel Prize”

Explore this site for information about future lectures, past speakers and the organizing committee.