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Patterns in Nature
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Life in Design
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18th Annual Winter Lecture Series:
Patterns in Nature - 174BOT353
Have you ever marvelled at the chambers of a honeycomb, the twine of a vine, or the ridges of a seashell? Dr. Barbara Ambrose, Associate Curator of Plant Genomics, reveals how structure in nature is designed, engineered, and efficient. An expert in molecular, cellular and developmental biology, Dr. Ambrose is your perfect guide, as you use a microscope to explore the precise mathematical patterns found in sunflowers, pine cones, and other plant materials.
10:00am - 01:00pm
, Watson Room 315
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