Every animal, whether wasp or squid or human, is a teeming mass of microbes--an entire world, a thriving ecosystem. These microscopic companions sculpt our organs, protect us from diseases, grant us incredible abilities, and bombard us with their genes. Based on his bestselling book, I Contain Multitudes, science writer Ed Yong will take us takes us on a tour of this neglected but increasingly fashionable world--one of glowing squid, gutless worms, disease-fighting mosquitoes, and faecal transplants.
Join us for a free public lecture on Thursday, May 11 on the campus of Oregon State University in the Memorial Union Horizon Room at 6:00 p.m. and a reception honoring Ed Yong at 5:30 p.m..
NOTE: Accommodations for disabilities can be made by calling 541-737-4811 or emailing email@example.com up to one week in advance.
May 11, 20175:30 p.m., Reception6:00 p.m., Public lecture7:30 p.m., Program concludes
Memorial Union - Horizon RoomOregon State University2501 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR 97331