GRCC Science Talks features field experts on awe-inspiring subjects. Join in conversation or listen in as GRCC faculty and other experts from our community walk us through the world around us from a scientist's perspective.
Science Talks are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
2020 Science Talks
All Science Talks will be hosted in the Calkins Science Center auditorium, room 348.
A Tale of Two Hot Spots: Fire and Ice
Date and time to be determined.
Iceland and Hawai’i are known for their dramatic volcanic eruptions. How are they the same? How are they different? Come join us as we explore ‘A Tale of Two Hot Spots’.
With Tari Mattox, GRCC's geology professor who has spent much of her career studying volcanic rocks on five different continents and two island hotspots; she has been lucky to share her experiences with GRCC students for the past 17 years.
Past Science Talks
View past Talks on YouTube:
- Unlocking the Sun: Spectroscopy in the 1800s
- Species Decline: How did we get here?
- Gene Modifications: CRISPR
- Epigenetics and Colon Cancer: A tale of mice, microbes and methyl groups
- Color Changing Technologies
- Monarch Migration in the Americas: How They Orient and Navigate their Way to their Overwintering Roosts
- How animals feel pain: Lessons from the fruit fly model organism
- Sabbatical Research on RNA Sequencing
Interested in presenting a topic for Science Talks?
We welcome expert faculty, student and community members to present a GRCC Science Talks. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.