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We’ll ask Armita about the importance of great collections—described by Rick Levin as the third pillar of a world-class university—like the Peabody’s 14 million specimens. We’ll dig into the ways that modern technology and present-day collaborations—such as Armita’s work with orthopedists at the Yale Medical School—converge to solve problems about evolution. Everyone is fascinated by dinos; Armita has used an astonishing array of skills to uncover their significance for modern science, and to communicate the results to the public. We’ll speak with her about Yale’s globally-recognized heritage in paleontology, learning how science works in the real world, and understanding the back-and-forth of experiment and theory, successes and failures. And as a bonus, we’ll do a quick walkabout with her on the balcony of the Peabody’s magnificent new main court!

Be sure to tune in on Wednesday, June 5, for an inspiring discussion with an outstanding young Yale scientist.

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