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Thursday, 12/07/17
  • End Well: Design and Innovation for the End of Life ExperienceSOLD OUT  WAIT LIST AVAILABLEEnd Well is a first of its kind gathering of design, tech, health care and activist communities with the goal of generating human-centered, interdisciplinary innovation for the end of life experience.Join us for an immersive experience of fast-paced talks and interactive discussions building on the growing ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  $300
  • Dig Deep into Extreme Events WorkshopJoin the Bay Area Climate Literacy Impact Collaborative (BayCLIC) in the next installment of our Local Climate Science & Education Series. The workshop series convenes the Bay Area’s science and education communities to explore how they can work together towards climate literacy and action. In the upcoming workshop, Dig Deep ...
    Where:  Oakland Cost:  Free
  • Studying the Expansion of the Universe with quasar spectraFrom 2009 to 2014, the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS) used the SDSS telescope to obtain spectra of 1.5 million galaxies to get very accurate measurements of the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) scale at redshift z ~0.5. At the same time, BOSS observed over 184 000 high redshift quasars (z>2.15) ...
    Where:  Menlo Park Cost:  Free
  • After Dark: GlowTonight, excite your atoms at Glow, our annual festival of ebullient lights and subtle glows celebrating the close of the year. Bask in the mesmerizing gleams of special installations and vibrant sculptures, take a shine to illuminating exhibits, and show your sparkle with scintillating activities.Presentations:Glow Science With Ron Hipschman 8:00 ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  $17.95 advance, $19.95 at the door
  • Cafe InquiryMeet up with rationalists, skeptics, and freethinkers south of San Francisco
    Where:  Menlo Park Cost:  Free
  • The Natural History of Moby-Dick: Ishmael, the Marine Biologist, the Environmentalist, and a Climate Refugee?The story and characters of Moby-Dick are as ingrained in American popular culture as those from Harry Potter and Star Wars. Yet how in this twenty-first century should we read a novel that seems at first glance to simply celebrate the brutal killing of whales? In this multimedia talk, looking ...
    Where:  Pacific Grove Cost:  $5 General, Free for members
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