When we are trying to consider trade-offs for ourselves, our families and communities safe, what does it really mean when we say “we don’t know”?
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Briana Pobiner and genetic anthropologist Miguel Vilar discuss what genetic information has taught us about where we all come from.
While we may want to think that “no one is taught to hate,” we all have the potential within us for both exacerbating and reducing hatred.
Come and listen to a panel of experts about the Science of returning to church. What should we be attentive to? What do we need to know? How can we gather together again, safely?
Join Sinai and Synapses Fellow Briana Pobiner to learn what different kinds of evidence paleontologists and archaeologists use to figure out what kind of foods ancient people ate, and what tools she uses in her studies of prehistoric meat-eating.
In this webinar, we will address how we respond to fear and anxiety and how we can better understand resilience.
Join AAAS DoSER on Twitter for a discussion on faith communities and COVID-19.
Former Sinai and Synapses fellow Gregory Simpson holds a Zoom talk with CJ Baldelomar about the large-scale cultural changes coronavirus may bring about.
Two presentations by former Sinai and Synapses Fellow Adam Pryor as part of the 2019-2020 Russell Family Research Fellowship in Religion and Science.
Rabbi Geoffrey A. Mitelman speaks on “Has Science Replaced God?” at Reform Temple of Rockland.