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MAR 2014Leading forensics scientist added to lineup.
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation is excited to announce that Rhonda Roby, a leading forensic scientist and mitochondrial genome researcher, will speak at the 2014 Colloquium in Boston.
OCT 2013Acclaimed author/anthropologist to speak.
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation is thrilled to announce that acclaimed forensic anthropologist and best-selling author Kathy Reichs will speak at the 2014 Colloquium in Boston.
Forensic science has come a long way since the fictional days of Sherlock Holmes. The Mensa Foundation's 2014 Colloquium: Crime Scene Intelligence takes you from crime site to cop shop to research room, with a look at how it all plays out in books, movies and television.
Grab your lab coat and join us July 1, 2014, in Boston as we analyze the world of forensic science, from fingerprints to forensic psychology, from computers to crime scenes and beyond.
Colloquium annually provides Mensans and the public alike with the opportunity to gather with industry experts, noted authors and scientists to take an intense look at socially relevant topics. Past colloquiums have examined the arts, gifted children, biosafety, humor, video gaming and climate change.
Hear from past attendees...
I took eight pages of notes. Highlights: women as gamers; young gamers and school issues; the reward structure of the Sims™; the people [from the industry] who knew each other at least slightly and were happy to disagree in a civilized way.