Time Magazine Future of Life Summit

or Richard Dawkins, a professor at Oxford, Francis Collins of the NIH. The moderator is Robert Semper, executive associate director of the Exploratorium. The session will be videotaped and broadcast on starting Feb. 26 on two websites: www.thefutureoflife/media.htm and www.exploratorium.edu/coldspring. To request a videotape, contact the TIME Classroom Program, bennett_singer@timeinc.com.

The Future of Life Summit hosted by TIME magazine is produced with the Van Heyst Group of Boulder, CO, a leading producer of senior-level management symposia and summits featuring U.S. and international presidents, heads of state and global CEOs. For more information, call 1-877-860-7697, or go to http://www.thefutureoflife.com.

Daily reports on the summit will be available on TIME.com, by journalist Frederic Golden, from Weds., Feb. 19-21. To sign up for a daily email, just a message, SUBJECT: DAILY EMAIL, to diana_pearson@timeinc.com. URLs and scheduled posting times are as follows:

Weds., 2/19 by 7 am Pac: PREVIEW,
Thurs., 2/20 by 7 am Pac: REPORT I,
Fri., 2/21 by 7 am Pac: REPORT II: http://time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,421974,00.html
Fri, 2/21 by 5 pm Pac: FINAL REPORT: http://time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,421979,00.html

Also PHOTOS will be posted at

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