The ISN is co-sponsoring a series of two lectures in Cambridge, MA in January titled
"Insurgent Science Series:
Highlighting challenging developments in the conception of nature and science".
Both will be held at 1:30 pm at MIT.
The first lecture is January 16 by Stuart Newman of New York Medical College: "A Pattern Language for Animal Form".
The second lecture is January 28 by ISN Fellow Michael Augros: "A Bigger Physics".
I expect Dr. Augros's lecture to be quite good, and all Aristotelian-Thomists are encouraged to attend.
The ISN website.