We often speak of the importance of language in conveying information, feeling, and purpose, as well as of unspoken languages such as art.
However, life has its own languages at the molecular level composed of DNA and protein sequences and this information determines how cells function. Hiram College understands the increasing importance of molecular information in today's world and the need for more young scientists who understand, interpret, and use this information to solve new problems and communicate their findings in a way that increases the scientific literacy of our society. The Center for Deciphering Life's Languages aims to serve that need in a variety of ways.
Spring 2013 Events
Author Paul Greenberg7 p.m., Kennedy Center Ballroom
Dam Science on the Cuyahoga River, OhioNoon, Alumni Heritage Room
Impact of Invasive Species on Lake Erie Fisheries7 p.m., Alumni Heritage Room