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Nicole Le Douarin (Honorary Professor, Collège de France) explores the neural crest, an important embryonic structure that appeared in primitive vertebrates.
Anthony Grafton (Princeton University), a leading cultural and intellectual historian of Renaissance Europe, speaks about important historical developments in the understanding of the Last Supper. He posits that the Christian discovery of a Jewish Jesus began not in the 19th century but in the Renaissance.
With Anthony A. Braga, Daniel Linskey, Felton Earls, and Deborah Allen; moderated by Paula Johnson
With Lizabeth Cohen, David T. Ellwood, Robert J. Sampson, and Peter Meade
With Alex "Sandy" Pentland, Jennifer Tour Chayes, and Nigel Jacob; moderated by David Lazer
With Stephen Raudenbush, Sarah Glover, Catherine Snow, and Carol R. Johnson; moderated by Nancy E. Hill
With Henry Webber, John Fantuzzo, Margaret Weir, and Mitchell Weiss; moderated by Edward L. Glaeser
"The Molecular Basis of Human Hypertrophic and Dilated Cardiomyopathies" by James Spudich
"Movement and Motility of the Eukaryotic Cilium" by Susan K. Dutcher
"Using Chemical Gradients as Motors to Propel Biomimetic Cells and Worms" by Anna C. Balazs
"Molecular Motors in Axonal Transport" by Larry S.B. Goldstein
"Shedding Light on Motor Function, One Molecule at a Time" by Steven M. Block
Closing Remarks by Samara Reck-Peterson