Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecture and Annual Banquet

February 19, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Kapiʻolani Campus, Ka'Ikena Restaurant, Ohelo Bldg, 2nd Floor

Dr. Herrera-Estrella is an internationally recognized authority on the physiology and metabolic engineering of plants. His Distinguished Lecture topic will be of immediate interest to scientists, educators, students and the general public who are interested in all aspects of genetically modified plants, including a topic of great concern in the Hawaiian islands, the release of transgenic crops in the environment.

The Distinguished Lecture will be presented at the Sigma Xi Annual Banquet, and due to space limitations, RSVPs are required.


Ticket Information
Banquet $35.00 per person. RSVP by 17 January to Dr. James Campbell (jamesrca@hawaii.edu) or 971-8965.

Event Sponsor
Urban and Regional Planning, Mānoa Campus

More Information
James Campbell, 808-971-8965, jamesrca@hawaii.edu

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