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Science Cafés: The Future of mRNA Vaccines

Feb. 22, 2023


In Person
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Join the U-M Museum of Natural History on Wednesday, February 22, to learn how mRNA vaccine technology could address influenza, Ebola, and other viruses and even help fight cancer. This session, part of the Science Café series, will be hosted by Kristin Koutmou and Nils Walter of the U-M Department of Chemistry and the Center for RNA Biomedicine.

This event is free and open to the public. It will take place at Conor O’Neill’s Traditional Irish Pub. Registration is not required, but arriving early is encouraged due to limited seating.

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