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Adam Bly: The 21st Century Scientific Revolution: Shattering Disciplinary Boundaries Between Science, Art, Design and Culture

November 6, 2008
by Canadian Architect

The Ontario College of Art & Design’s President’s Speaker Series presents this lecture on Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 6:45 pm at the Ontario College of Art & Design Auditorium, located at 100 McCaul Street in Toronto.


At the age of 16, Adam Bly became the youngest researcher at the National Research Council Canada (NRC), where he spent three years studying cell adhesion and cancer. While at the NRC, Bly identified a cultural shift in the making: science is transforming business, politics, the arts and current affairs unlike ever before. Today, science affects every single person on the planet and science literacy is essential to modern society.


All are welcome to attend, and admission is free.


For more information, please visit or call 416.977.6000.

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