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January 11, 2007 at 4:01 PM

Cougar futurists in Seattle

Washington State University is moving into Husky territory with an interesting series of forward-looking faculty lectures, mostly biotech-related, that it will present in Seattle over the next three months.

“The Innovators” series begins Feb 8 with “Achieving Psychological Well-Being: Neurochemistry May Hold the Key,” a talk by Professor Jaak Panksepp.

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