Cincinnati Zoo lecturer visits USI
- University of Southern Indiana
- 8600 University Blvd, Evansville, 47712 United States
Speaker: Dr. Terri Roth, Director
Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW)
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Date: Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Time and Place: 7:00pm Mitchell Auditorium University Southern Indiana
Title: The Science and Technology of Breeding Endangered Species when Mother Nature Needs a Helping Hand.
Description: CREW at Cincinnati Zoo serves as a fertility clinic for endangered species from polar bears to toads. Using cutting edge technology and sound science, CREW researchers work with zoos across the nation to unravel the mysteries of reproduction in species in need and strive to produce offspring, often against great odds.
Funded by: Marlene V Shaw Annual Biology Lecture Endowment
Contact: Marlene V.