Coming in 2013
Friends of NSM will address Science and Energy
Schedule will be available Summer 2013
The Friends of NSM Distinguished Lecture Series is an evening event for community and corporate leaders, supporters of NSM and the general public. Each year, this free public lecture series focuses on a central theme and includes five-to-six lectures delivered by leading experts and eminent scholars.
Through this annual series, the University of Houston’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics wants to share our breakthroughs with the Houston community and give Houstonians a front-row seat to the developments impacting medical care, energy, the environment and daily living.
Through five lectures, leading scientists and physicians will address breakthroughs in science and technology that are altering the prevention and diagnosis of disease, treatment modalities, and delivery of medical care.
Join us for an evening on the University of Houston campus to learn how science is making a difference in your life as it impacts heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer. Lectures are from 7-8 p.m. in the Elizabeth Rockwell Pavilion at the University of Houston's M.D. Anderson Library. The speaker series is free and open to the public.