Wednesday, October 26, 2022 | 7–8pm
Science on the Edge Lecture: An Evening With a Vampire Hunter: The Science of Homo Vampiris
Dr. Greg Cunningham from St. John Fisher University will play the role of Dr. Lachlan Macleod, a Victorian vampire hunter and scientist who has extensively researched the fictional species, Homo Vampiris. Sharing the results of his research, he will pull examples from animals in nature (anatomy, physiology, and behavior) to explain how vampires can accomplish their dastardly deeds.
This talk is part of the RMSC Richard C. Shultz Science on the Edge (SOTE) lecture series. This October edition has a spooky twist for a spooky season. The SOTE lecture series has provided insight and understanding on a broad array of topics for more than 30 years.
WHO IS THIS FOR:
This event is targeted towards adults and young adults, but all ages are welcome.
WHERE IS IT HELD:
The RMSC Museum & Science Center
657 East Avenue
Rochester NY, 14607
HOW TO ATTEND:
You can register in advance or pay at the door. Advance registration is encouraged at rmsc.org/sote
Employees, Volunteers, Rochester Engineering Society: $3