Thursday 24th April 2014,
Imagine Science Films

The Fly Room Project

In collaboration with Pioneer Works, Imagine Science announces The Fly Room Project, a reconstituted 1920s lab where the history of genetics and the future of genomics will be explored through film, performance art, master classes and an exhibit.

Check out this New York Times piece about the project and visit the website of Imaginal Disc’s feature film about the birth of genetics The Fly Room.

Fly Room Exhibit

Exhibit Opening: July 24
Duration: July 24-Aug 20

Co-Curated by Rose Meacham & Alexis Gambis

Opening Night presented by Popular Science

Popular Science Final LOGO


Fly Room Lecture Series

A Lecture Series in The Fly Room emphasizing the importance of the discoveries of The Fly Room in today’s top research labs. From color vision to human disease, the fruit fly has been the champion of the major breakthroughs of science in the last century since the early work in The Fly Room.

LECTURES ARE HELD WEEKLY IN THE FLY ROOM AT PIONEER WORKS
Time: 7pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION

07/24 — Mendel to Morgan and Beyond

Stuart Firestein & Martin Chalfie

07/31 — MUSIC & THE BRAIN

Darcy Kelley

08/08 — DECHIPHERING NEURAL PATTERNS IN COLOR VISION

Claude Desplan

08/14 — BIOLOGICAL CLOCKS

Michael W. Young

08/20 — TBA