Bill Nye "The Science Guy" and More at Gammage Auditorium for Origins: The Storytelling of Science

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Arizona State University's Origins project "nurtures research, energizes teaching, and builds partnerships, offering new possibilities for exploring the most fundamental of questions who we are and where we came from."

The initiative hosts symposiums, conferences, and lectures that explore questions of origins -- some of the most complex issues facing humanity today. This weekend, the initiative be welcoming some of the world's best-known scientists, writers, and broadcasters to Tempe to discuss the storytelling of science.

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The event will be the final night of the Origins Stories Weekend, a two-day celebration of the stories of science that will include a live broadcast of NPR's Science Friday; a panel discussion and test screening of a new feature movie documentary; and a panel discussion on the stories of science and the science of storytelling.

For the complete schedule of events, check out the ASU News announcement.

To close out the weekend, Origins will hold a panel discussion called The Storytelling of Science. The event will feature a collection of esteemed scientists, public intellectuals, and award-winning writers.

Here's the lineup:

The panel will get together to discuss the stories behind cutting-edge science, from the origin of the universe to how new technologies will shape the future.

Catch the awesome science action at ASU's Gammage Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 30.

Tickets are available at the ASU Gammage Box Office or at Ticketmaster.com and range from $16 for General Admission to $26 for VIP Admission. Discounted student tickets will also be available at ASU Gammage box office.

For those who can't make it to the live event, a webcast of the discussion will also be available for viewing at at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ASU-LIVE.

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Kristie Erkkila
Kristie Erkkila

Woohoo nerd night! Thanks for the heads up, just got my tickets

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