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VISUAL PERCEPTION: Dale Purves, the George Barth Geller Professor for Research in Neurobiology and Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University, presented "Why We See What We Do: Geometry and Form," Oct. 25 in Exley Science Center.

About 75 students, staff and faculty attended the talk. Geometry and Form was co-sponsored by the Snowdon Fund and the Department of Biology.
Graduate students listen to Purves talk, which ended with a question and answer session. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)
Purves also spoke on “Why We See What We Do: Brightness and Color,” Oct. 24 in Shanklin Laboratory. This talk was co-sponsored by the Departments of Biology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and Psychology, the Neuroscience and Behavior Program, the Wesleyan Student Assembly and the Snowdon Fund. (Photo by Nick Russell)