L’Unione Bolognese Naturalisti (UBN), il Dipartimento di Scienze Biologiche, Geologiche e Ambientali (BiGeA) e il Sistema Museale di Ateneo (SMA) dell’Università di Bologna, insieme alla Fondazione Golinelli, presentano un programma di eventi per celebrare la nascita di Charles Darwin e per raccontare l’enorme impatto che la teoria dell’evoluzione ha avuto sullo sviluppo delle scienze biologiche, della medicina, dell’antropologia, della filosofia e della sociologia contemporanee. Con il patrocinio di: Regione Emilia-Romagna, Comune di Bologna, SIBE – Società Italiana di Biologia EvoluzionisticaFind out more »
Use the brain. How our brain works, tips for use. What are intelligence, memory and emotions? How do we make decisions and seek happiness? Today we can at least partly understand how the brain, our box of wonders, enables us to perceive the world through the five senses, how it allows us to rework it and to translate it into concrete actions and abstract thoughts.Find out more »
DESCRIZIONE: Il 12 Febbraio del 1809 nasceva il famoso scienziato evoluzionista Charles Darwin, questa ricorrenza oggi viene festeggiata in tutto il mondo, con lo scopo di avvicinare le persone all’osservazione naturalistica ed al pensiero razionale. Asiago Guide organizza per questa ricorrenza un evento GRATUITO. Una passeggiata in compagnia, per godersi una mattinata all’aria aperta e parlare di come l’Altopiano dei Sette Comuni si sia evoluto nel tempo. Sarà anche l’occasione per approfondire il tema del Cambiamento Climatico in atto. L’Altopiano…Find out more »
Join us for birthday cake and ice cream as we celebrate the birth of Charles Darwin. We’ll then enjoy the PBS Nova film ‘Dawn of Humanity': “Deep in a South African cave, a special team of experts has brought to light an unprecedented wealth of fossils belonging to a crucial gap in the record of our origins that spans the transition between the ape-like australopithecines (such as the famous Lucy) and the earliest members of the human family. At the center…Find out more »
A short film presentation on the use of DNA for examining ancestry followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session.Find out more »
Please join us in the Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory at 221 Academy Street in Newark, DE for our annual event.Find out more »
Lecture by Dr. Ripan Mahli, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign.Find out more »
Atividade incluída no programa Ciência na Biblioteca dinamizada pelo Planetário-Casa da Ciência de Braga. Com esta atividade queremos divulgar o nome do cientista Darwin e a sua extraordinária vida de descobertas. Vamos viajar através do HMS Beagle e descobrir as espécies que muito intrigaram este cientista.Find out more »
Just a easy and smarth afternoon with Siena University’s professors and researchers and their flash talks about evolution. Speeches are: – Introduction by Francesco Frati, President of Siena University – “Achille Quadri, the sienese darwinist” by Alessandro Leoncini and Alessandro Schiafone – “Charles Darwin and the nectar thieves – Insects and flowers’s evolution stories” by Massimo Nepi – “From Ape to Human: the iconography of Neanderthals” by Stefano Ricci and Giulia Capecchi – “Bad neighbors: hard coexistence of big mammals”…Find out more »
In celebration of Charles Darwin Day 2019, the Secular Society of MIT presents a special talk by Harvard University evolutionary biologist and science historian Andrew Berry. Dr Berry’s research combines the techniques of field biology with those of molecular biology to seek evidence at the DNA level of Darwinian natural selection. He has given lectures on evolutionary topics to popular audiences all over the world – from Ankara to the Antarctic – occasionally drawing the ire of creationists. As an…Find out more »
INTEL·LIGÈNCIA ARTIFICIAL I ROBÒTICA. Amb motiu de la publicació del monogràfic de la revista Mètode “Interconnectats. Màquines i humans davant del segle 10101”. Amb CARME TORRAS, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC), Barcelona, i RAMON LÓPEZ DE MANTARAS, Institut d’Investigació en Intel·ligència Artificial (CSIC), Bellaterra. Modera REIS JUAN, periodistaFind out more »
Lecture by Dr. Iain Mathieson, Perelman School of Medicine, University of PennsylvaniaFind out more »
“Una perspectiva genòmica de l’evolució dels cordats” HÉCTOR ESCRIVÁ, CNRS, Évolution et développement des Chordés, Observatoire Océanologique de BanyulsFind out more »
Please join the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) and the Department of Biological Sciences at Bridgewater State University for our 4th Annual Darwin Day @ BSU on Friday, February 15th, from 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM. All events are free and open to the public. During the day we will have two BSU faculty lectures on evolutionary biology and anthropology. These will both be presented in the auditorium of the Dana Mohler-Faria Science and Math Building (DMF…Find out more »
Join us to celebrate the birthday of naturalist and scientist Charles Darwin! Enjoy cake, prizes, interactive science displays and a lecture by Dr. Craig Wilkinson. Free for the whole family. Brought to you by Humanists of Utah and Atheists of Utah. Learn more here.Find out more »
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Charles Darwin gave an enormous gift to humanity through his life and scientific work. Today, people of conscience everywhere can magnify that gift by organizing a group charity day. Engaging in community outreach to improve human well-being is a wonderful way to celebrate science and humanity!
Celebrate the birthday of a man whose intellectual bravery, perpetual curiosity, and hunger for truth continues to inspire millions of people all over the world. Everyone likes birthday cake, punch, and other party goodies—and celebrations like this go a long way in fostering a sense of community.
Family-friendly dance parties are especially fun because no one gets a crowd moving like little kids who aren’t afraid of looking silly! Dress as a member of the animal kingdom, and show off those dance moves. Awards can be given for best costume, worst costume, best dance moves, etc.
Invite guest speakers to discuss the importance of intellectual bravery, perpetual curiosity, and hunger for truth. Topics might come from a wide range of fields including: science, ethics, literature, technology, art, or politics. Speakers can come from just about anywhere, including your local freethought community; a nearby University; or a speakers’ bureau.
What better way to honor Charles Darwin than to study natural history? Organize an outing to a Museum of Natural History or utilize some of the video resources above to promote scientific knowledge.