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Biodiversity and endangered species: Rethinking the balance of nature

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The 5th annual EMBL -EBI Science and Society Symposium

FREE AND OPEN TO ALL

WHEN: Friday 6th May 2011, 14.00 – 18.00

WHERE: Fitzwilliam College Auditorium, Cambridge, UK

This May, four renowned speakers will discuss the role of biological research in conserving biodiversity in a symposium that warmly welcomes everyone.

Confirmed speakers:

Mike Rands (Chair), Cambridge Conservation Initiative – “Addressing the global challenges of biodiversity conservation: where next?”

Caroline Fraser – “Laundry soap or life itself?”

Mark Blaxter, University of Edinburgh – “The hidden biosphere: What DNA prospecting is revealing about the variety of life on the planet”

Ben Collen, Institute of Zoology, London – “Wildlife in a changing world: towards monitoring global biodiversity”

Biographies of the speakers and further details about the symposium can be found on our website: www.ebi.ac.uk/events/biodiversity

This talk is part of the EMBL-EBI Science and Society Programme series.

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