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Yale PhD students talk about Science in the News

Once I was a single cell with infinite potentials! Within several days, I embarked on a journey that shaped my arms, my legs, my heart, and my brain. After my birth, my memories were built by my experiences and after many wonderful years they are fading away.” Ever wondered how the human life begins? How does the information stored in our DNA shape us and how does aging affect human biology? Join us for this month’s Science in the News talk where three Yale scientists talk about the flow of genetic information during conception and the determination of body plan, and how aging predisposes many of us to brain disorders.

Yale Science Communication is a graduate student organization that presents cutting-edge science to the general public. In the Science in the News program, three PhD students give a 45-minute presentation on a general topic of relevance to modern science and society. 

Please register to receive an email with the Zoom link 1 hour before the program begins.

See the full flier for this event here.

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