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Winter 2020 Tanner Lecture with Joseph Cook - CANCELED!!!

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Thursday, March 26
Future-Proofing Biodiversity Infrastructure
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Education

Junior Naturalist

Monday, June 22 - Friday, June 26
For 2nd - 5th graders
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Education

Biology Bootcamp

Monday, July 06 - Friday, July 10
For 2nd - 5th graders
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Education

Critter Camp

Tuesday, June 02 - Thursday, June 04
For kindergarten and first graders
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The Origin of Species: Examples from the Plant Genus Tragopogon (Asteraceae)

This lecture was given in March 2007 by Pam Soltis from the Florida Museum of Natural History as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Designing nature reserves: Lessons from Western North America and East Africa

This lecture was given in November 2007 by Bill Newmark from Museum of Natural History at the University of Utah as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Giant Galapagos Tortoises

This lecture was given in March 2008 by Jeffery Powell & Adalgisa Caccone from Yale University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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BYU's Lytle Preserve: a Natural Laboratory on the Cutting Edge of Biological Research

This lecture was given in March 2009 by Ian Baldwin from Max Planck Institute of Jena, Germany as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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The Past, Present, and Future of Madagascar’s Biodiversity

This lecture was given in March 2010 by Anne Yoder from Duke University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Here Today and Gone Tomorrow: Honey Bee Colony Collapse

This lecture was given in November 2010 by Shawn Clark from Brigham Young University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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So You Think You Can Dance? The Tango of Honey Bee Pollination

This lecture was given in November 2010 by Leigh Johnson from Brigham Young University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Developing Entomological Science While Chasing Bugs: 15 Years of Exploration in Mongolia

This lecture was given on March 24, 2012 by Jon Gelhaus from the Academy of Natural Sciences and The Mongolian Aquatic Insect Survey as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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A Lifetime of Days: How Fishes Can Save Your Life

This lecture was given in March 2011 by Mark Belk from Brigham Young University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Using Museum Resources to Understand How Species Respond to Climate Change

This lecture was given on April 26, 2012 by Craig Moritz from UC Berkley as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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The importance of cryptic diversity for conservation and natural history

This lecture was given on March 28, 2013 by Bruce Baldwin from UC Berkeley as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Natural history and aesthetics: why should we care about nature?

This lecture was given on March 27, 2014 by Harry Greene from Cornell University as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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Weaving Science, the Arts, and Society to Care for the Tapestry of Nature!

This lecture was given on November 13, 2014 by Nalini Nadkarni from the University of Utah as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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The Amazing Role of Social Behavior - (even) in Fishes

This lecture was given on March 31, 2016 by Ingo Schlupp from the University of Oklahoma as part of the Bean Life Science Museum's Tanner lecture series.
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