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The Petri Dish - October 4

October 4

Presented by the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences
Doors at 6pm | Program starts at 7pm
Live music and an interactive bio-themed
game precede the program.

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN


Pay What You Can, $5 minimum or 800-838-3006

A different kind of science event. No Powerpoints. Just live music, trivia and lots
of lively, curiosity-driven conversations on timely topics with University of Minnesota experts, exploring how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.

Setting the Table for 10 Billion

The world population could reach close to 10 billion in just over 30 years. That’s a lot of mouths to feed. How we do it has broad social and policy implications. There’s not a single solution or silver bullet. Our panelists explore how we can feed the planet sustainably, the implications of changing diets, the role of gene editing, and more.

Join Dan Voytas, Director of the Center for Genome Engineering; Jason Hill, Associate Professor in the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering; and Elizabeth Dunbar, Minnesota Public Radio Reporter, for an evening of curiosity-driven discussion.