STAMFORD — For the primary time southern Connecticut’s Darwin Day Dinner shall be hosted in Stamford.
The event will embrace a cocktail hour, dinner, and entertaining science quiz with prizes. Dr. Mark Siddall might be giving a chat entitled “Nocturnal Emissions: Bioluminescence as a survival technique.”
Siddall, this yr’s chosen speaker, is a curator for the Division of Invertebrate Zoology at American Museum of Natural Historical past. His research focuses on evolutionary biology of charismatic microfauna from microbes to leeches. Siddall just lately led expeditions to South Sudan, Cambodia and the Lower Amazon.
The Darwin Day Dinner will probably be held on Saturday, Feb.sixteen starting at 6 p.m.