Inside the labs of New York City’s prestigious universities, biologists extract snail venom that can cure human pain. Anthropologists use the latest 3D scanning technology to identify 3,000-year-old fossils. Neuroscientists discover the impact of exercise on the brain and create new vaccines to prevent the flu. No matter what the specialty, these pioneering efforts have one thing in common: they are all happening in labs run by women scientists.
Join the World Science Festival as New York University labs open their doors to the next generation of scientific genius — girls.
This program includes introductory talks from NYU professors, as well as tours of the following labs: Center for the Study of Human Origins, Biomedical Chemistry Institute, NYU Urban Farm Lab, and labs devoted to the study of neuroscience, experimental biophysics, and more.
The event is FREE. Registration is required.
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