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The Origins Project hosts a variety of public and scholarly events throughout the year all over the world. From transdisciplinary symposia and international conferences to public debates and dialogues, and film, music and dance events, each foster discussion and stimulate new thinking. Our research symposia involve established leaders in various fields as well as the best emerging young researchers, and follow these up, where possible with new collaborative research projects, white papers and journal articles.
All of our public events are filmed and provided publicly on our Origins Project YouTube channel online. Our scientific workshops are also filmed, with the intent of using videos and content for educational purposes, delivered through our growing global resource center, the Origins Project Education Portal.
Join The Origins Project and the Department of English for a public literary reading and book-signing by Booker prize-winning novelist, Ian McEwan.
An intimate conversation on doubt and conviction within writing with Ian McEwan and Lawrence Krauss.
An evening focused on the science of storytelling and the storytelling of science with the world’s most well known scientists, writers and broadcasters.
A controversial evening featuring Ian McEwan, Richard Dawkins, Lawrence Krauss and special guests discussing science, myth and reality following an exclusive test screening of a new feature film.
Participate in a live broadcast of NPR's Science Friday with host Ira Flatow and selected guests.
Join Origins Project Distinguished Visiting Professor Sidney Altman for a conversation about new discoveries in science.
Join Origins Distinguished Visiting Professor Sidney Altman for Complex Adaptive Systems' Distinguished Lecture in Evolutionary Medicine: Antibiotics Present and Future.
Join us for the Night of the Open Door as we explore ASU with stimulating experiments, fun games and family activities. You can register for a drawing to win free Origins event tickets!
Are we beyond the tipping point for survivable climate change? How will our nation thrive the coming food and national security threats tied to climate change?
Why is deception such an essential part of the human condition? What evolutionary purpose does it fulfill? How can we recognize it on an individual level, and overcome it on a societal level in a modern democracy?