Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Protocells and Origin of Life Focus of Olan Kruse Lecture

- 04/12/12 - 04/13/12


Find out how research on the protocell, a simple artificial cell, may lead to insights into what is required for the origin of life at the annual Olan Kruse Lecture.  

Dr. Hans Ziock of Los Alamos National Laboratory will deliver the lecture, “Origins of Life, Protocell Building, and Information” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 12, in Hill Hall, room 119.  

The public is invited to attend this free event. 

Parking is available behind the Memorial Student Union Building, on the corner of Santa Gertrudis Avenue and University Boulevard. Hill Hall is the aluminum-domed building adjacent to the parking lot.  

The Olan Kruse Lecture Series Endowment Fund was established in 2003 for the purpose of bringing distinguished physicists to Texas A&M-Kingsville to make presentations on current events in physics and astronomy.  

For more information on the 9th Annual Olan Kruse Lecture, call 361-593-2624.

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