Since 1991, the Carnegie Institution has hosted extraordinary researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines as part of the Capital Science Evenings lecture series. The lectures provide a unique opportunity to connect with some of the most gifted investigators in science and hear the stories behind their discoveries.
All lectures are free, open to the public, and are located at Carnegie’s landmark headquarters building at 1530 P Street NW, Washington, DC. These hour-long lectures, followed by a brief question and answer period, go beyond the media accounts for a firsthand look at the “ah-ha” moments, the setbacks, and the triumphs that drive brilliant minds and fundamentally change our understanding of the world around us. Many of our events are webcast live and/or recorded. Please see the individual event pages for more information.
The Capital Science Evenings are made possible in part by the generous support of Margaret & Will Hearst.
Registration is required. You can register onlineat the links provided on individual event pages. Please visit the Carnegie Science Eventbrite homepage to see all of our open programs: http://www.eventbrite.com/o/carnegie-institution-for-science-4462197253.