Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative Lecture: Climate Change, Science and Policy
4/26/18, 4:00 PM
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Climate Change: Science and Policy Lecture
Mario Molina, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 1995, shares the inspirational story of his scientific discoveries and his path to receiving the Nobel Prize – and beyond.
Dr. Molina played a pivotal role in the discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole, and is the first Mexican-born recipient of a Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He shared the 1995 Chemistry Prize for his work revealing the threat of chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFCs) to the Earth's ozone layer, and has served on advisory boards such as the US President's Committee of Advisors in Science and Technology.
A question and answer session will follow Dr. Molina's talk; refreshments will be provided.
More about this event series
3 Nobel Laureates. 2 Inspirational Events.
Three of the world’s leading scientists are coming to the University of Minnesota to address some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century – and you are invited to be a part of it.
Both events are part of the Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative (NPII), a global program designed to help Nobel Laureates share their inspirational stories and insights with students and scientists around the world.
The How to Approach Grand Challenges Panel Discussion, scheduled April 25, is the first event in this series. For more information and to request tickets, please click here.
The Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative in St. Paul is organized by Nobel Media, the company managing digital media and meeting events for the Nobel Prize, in partnership with 3M and hosted by the University of Minnesota.
- Coffman Memorial Union, Theater
- 300 Washington Ave SE
- Minneapolis MN
- USA - United States