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In Spring 2014 we are excited to welcome back Origins Project Distinguished Visiting Professor Frank Wilczek. A Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wilczek will be joining us from MIT for February's Great Debate Parallel Realities: Probing Fundamental Physics, as well as a private scientific workshop and student event.
Great Debate Parallel Realities: Probing Fundamental Physics is now available to watch online. Lawrence Krauss, Wendy Freedman, Frank Wilczek, David Gross, Brian Schmidt, and Maria Spiropulu talk physics. Check it out!
Join the Origins Project in celebrating the family-friendly Night of the Open Door on Tempe Campus. Enter a free drawing for event tickets or Origins Project merchandise.
The Origins Project at ASU is developing a slate of flagship courses designed to guide students through an exploration of the most fundamental questions we ask as humans: Who are we? Where did we come from? How did we get here?
Norm Perrill Origins Project Scholars
The Origins Project has named the inaugural Norm Perrill Origins Project Scholarship winners, Archeaeology PhD student Sarah Klassen and Pre-med undergraduate Honors student, Alexi Choueiri. Klassen is studying the origins of agriculture in Laos and Choueiri's research interests focus on neuroscience, cancer research, and micro-finance. Applications for 2014-2015 are being accepted now.