The Humboldt University Berlin and the Günter Tembrock Stiftung invite to the 2nd Günter Tembrock Lecture. The annual lecture series is devoted to a dialogue between the “two cultures” from the viewpoint of integrative life sciences. The lecture was named in honour of Günter Tembrock (1918-2011) — pioneer of behavioural biology and fellow of the Berlin University from 1937 to 2011.
Thursday, 7 June 2012, 6 pm Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Unter den Linden 6, Main Building, Senate Hall
Address of welcome
Jan-Hendrik Olbertz, President (Humboldt University Berlin)
Andreas Wessel (Museum of Natural History Berlin)
Günter Tembrock Lecture
Lessons From an Unusual Crittur: Was können ungewöhnliche Tiere uns beibringen?
Peter H. Klopfer (Duke University, USA)
The lecture is followed by a small wine reception in the foyer.