UNC Nobel Laureate on the importance of information access to scientific research

This is today:

A Conversation with Dr. Oliver Smithies

Excellence Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

2007 Nobel Laureate

Moderated by Dr. Tony Waldrop, Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development

Monday, March 30, 2009
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Room 527
Health Sciences Library
Light refreshments to follow

Join us for a chat with Dr. Oliver Smithies about the importance of information access to scientific research, especially his own. Audience participation will be encouraged. Don't miss this opportunity to have your questions answered by Dr. Smithies. You may also submit questions for Dr. Smithies when you register to attend.

Space is limited and registration is required. To ensure your seat, register today!

HSL will also make a video of this discussion with Dr. Smithies available online at a later date.

If you cannot make it, you can follow the liveblogging by Paul Jones on Twitter. You can tweet questions to Paul to ask there in real time as well.

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