Rabbi Mitelman will be in conversation with Dr. Praveen Sethupathy at 2019 BioLogos conference.
Please join Congregation Har HaShem for this double feature and post-viewing discussion with cosmologist Michael Kaplan and Rabbi Gelfarb.
As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Congregation Shir Hadash and CNN correspondent Dana Bash explore whether technology and social media have enhanced or diminished the role of journalism, and its role in American Democracy.
As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Rabbi Dov Linzer will give 3 lectures over March 15 and 16 on Electricity and Shabbat at Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob.
As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Beth Israel Center will learn about sugar metabolism, definitions of Diabetes Mellitus, classification, management and expected future development.
The theory of the Big Bang serves as the scientific creation myth of our culture. What does it have to do with God? How can it help us discover a spiritual dimension in our lives and recover a sense of wonder?
Join us as an ophthalmologist and photographer explains how the neurological connections in the brain enable us to see. We will go outside to take pictures, appreciate nature, and learn how our brains and eyes work together!
Rabbi Michelle H. Fisher is coming to Syracuse at Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas January 25-26 for a special Scientists in Synagogues Scholar in Residence. Rabbi Fisher is the Executive Director of MIT Hillel and the first alumna rabbi from MIT.
As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Congregation Har HaShem will hear from synagogue members, including a chemist, physicist, and a mathematician on science and theology.
Rabbi Geoff Mitelman participates in a panel about science and belief in honor of one of Einstein’s most famous letters being auctioned at Christie’s.