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Dinosaurs And Neanderthals

Science and the German magazine bild der wissenschaft invite you to:

    "Dinosaurs and Neanderthals - What can we learn from them about evolution"

    A lecture for the public

Featuring:

  • Dino-Expert Prof. Paul Sereno, University of Chicago
  • Palaeo-Geneticist Prof. Svante Paabo, Max-Planck-Institut for Evolutionary Palaeontology, Leipzig, Germany
  • Brain-Researcher Prof. Ernst Poppel, Center for Human Studies, Munich, Germany

Introduction: Dr. Floyd Bloom, Editor-in-Chief, Science
Moderator: Reiner Korbmann, Editor-in-Chief, bild der wissenschaft

29 June 1999 at 18.00 hr
Auditorium E07 of Physikalischen Instituts University of Munich, Germany

Presentations will be in English


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Contact: Diane Dondershine
ddonders@aaas.org
202-326-7088
American Association for the Advancement of Science
27-May-1999


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