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I had never attended one of The Science & Entertainment Exchange’s famous round-robin talks and did not know what to expect. student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Then on to this writer’s personal favorite: Amy Parish is a biological anthropologist, primatologist, and Darwinian feminist who teaches at USC. Amy’s thesis is that “bonobos are from Venus, chimps are from Mars.” Chimpanzees, typically thought of us the most human-like of the great apes, are violent, sexually manipulative, infant-killing monkeys, she asserts.
The takeaway here is that, whether for medicine or climate science, these eentsy bits of chemicals in the air are way more important than we ever imagined.
She spends much of her time finding ways to search for black holes, which we know are caused by the demise of a massive (many times the sun’s size) star. The answer is to look for disruptions in gravitational waves, as Chiara clearly and cleverly demonstrated through an interpretive dance. Neil Donahue is an atmospheric chemist and the Lord Professor of Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.
His title is indeed Lord Professor, though bowing and kowtowing are discouraged.
From Dean we learned about the serious and growing risk of Alzheimer’s disease, which for little-understood reasons is growing fast and is so expensive to treat that it threatens to collapse our health care system in a few decades.
Fortunately, the disease is preventable, as Dean’s team is developing robust regimens to prevent it. Amy is an expert on the social and sexual behavior of our closest living ape relative, the bonobo, and first discovered that bonobo societies are characterized by female dominance and matriarchy.