Science in the City: Forensic Report: Case 1886, Death of Dr. Henry Jekyll

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Science in the City: Forensic Report: Case 1886, Death of Dr. Henry Jekyll
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Aug 22, 2022 Aug 22, 2022 1440 Science in the City: Forensic Report: Case 1886, Death of Dr. Henry Jekyll Brought to you by Pacific Science Center + Gather
Aug 22, 2022
12:00 am

It’s the crime of the century! Leading academic Dr. Henry Jekyll’s alter ego is unmasked in this live Science in the City event as the violent criminal Mr. Edward Hyde. In the wake of Jekyll’s death – and with him the demise of the cunning criminal Hyde – a bombshell forensic report reconstructs how Jekyll became Hyde, Hyde’s actions and motives, and how they could have been stopped. Join Kaitlyn Casimo, PhD in her annual celebration of spooky science with PacSci to learn more about the science of Jekyll’s mysterious serum, the motives behind Hyde’s violent behavior, and some of the safety and ethical standards safeguarding modern science. Advance registration required, and a link to the livestream talk will be sent to registrants in advance. We rely on the generous support of the community to produce content such as these virtual events. A suggested donation of $25 will help us ensure that Curiosity Never Closes.

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