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Tuesday, 01/30/18
  • Mapping the CMB: from the 3rd Generation South Pole Telescope to the Stage-4 surveys and beyondSpeaker: Ritoban Basu Thakur (Univ. of Chicago)
    Where:  Stanford Cost:  Free
  • GLAM-Wiki, Wikidata, and Global Knowledge
    How do heritage and memory communities share collections, research and expertise with a broad public? The most mission aligned and visible internet platforms for doing this are Wikipedia and its sister projects which include the linked-open data platform Wikidata and free-media platform Wikimedia Commons. Alex Stinson will talk about the ...
    Where:  Stanford Cost:  Free
  • Exploring Plant-Microbe Interactions for Sustainable Supply of Nitrogen and PhosphorusSpeaker: Dr. Romy Chakraborty, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
    Where:  Rohnert Park Cost:  Free
  • Critical Metals: Lessons from quantum Monte Carlo studiesAstroPhysics/Physics ColloquiumSpeaker: Erez Berg (University of Chicago)
    Where:  Stanford Cost:  Free
  • IEEE Consumer Electronics Society 2018 CES DownloadThis is our annual sharing of the new and unusual things seen at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January. This event has proven to be a very popular one to attend for people that are in the industry or just have a curiosity. See photos and hear explanations about ...
    Where:  Santa Clara Cost:  $10 General, $5 IEEE Members, CES/IEEE Stud. Free
  • The Role of Krill in the Food Web rescheduled from 1.23.17Dr. Baldo Marinovic, a research biologist at Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz studies zooplankton ecology and the dynamics of ocean food webs. MS Marine sciences UCSC, PhD Zoology University Western Australia.Since 1997, he has been conducting surveys in Monterey Bay to understand what determines the distribution, ...
    Where:  Sausalito Cost:  $5 suggested donation
  • Catalysis: the Hidden Path to Foods, Fuels and Our Future
    The high standard of living we enjoy today is made possible by catalysts ­- behind-the-scenes agents that promote chemical reactions in the vast majority of industrial processes, including production of fertilizers, gasoline and other essential products. But we have only a poor understanding of how catalysts actually work. At SLAC's Stanford Synchrotron ...
    Where:  Menlo Park Cost:  Free
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