Hello friends. This is just a quick post to let you know that I will be delivering the annual Westbrook Lecture at the Wagner Free Institute of Science in Philadelphia on March 4th. The lecture still start at 3:00P.M. and here is a link to the EventBright:
Established in 1912, The Westbrook Lectureship has been running for over 100 years and past speakers include Margaret Mead and Michael Mann, but initials of M.M. appear not to be a strict requirement. 🙂 I’m very honored to have been invited to deliver this lecture, which will be on the beauty, meaning, and evolution of my favorite subject, human imperfection, a topic on which I am THE expert, lol. I am setting aside a lot of time for questions and I will be signing books afterward.
If you’re in the Philadelphia area, it should be a really fun event and, as always, entrance to the museum is completely free. If you haven’t yet been to the Wagner Free Institute, you really must check out this truly remarkable museum, one of the few remaining completely free science museums (outside the Smithsonian). And if you already love the Wagner, be sure to go vote for it as the best free museum in the country.
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Wow! All the best .