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Friday, 02/23/18
  • 2018 Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative Energy Summit + ExpoThe BERC Energy Summit, in its 12th year, is the premier and largest student-run energy conference on the West Coast. The event draws around 600 students, researchers, clean technology entrepreneurs, policy makers, and industry leaders to discuss the world's most pressing energy challenges each year. It will feature four panels ...
    Where:  Berkeley Cost:  $18 - $275
  • Alcatraz Gardens Class Series: Garden Tour & Propagating SucculentsJoin Shelagh Fritz, Gardens of Alcatraz horticulturist, on a historic garden tour to explore the succulents that thrive on the island. Participants will then learn how to make cuttings and propagate their own plants.Please plan to check in at Pier 33 (Alcatraz Landing) no later than 8 am to take ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  $40
  • Gamma ray emission from a back hole spark gapSpeaker: Amir Levinson, Tel Aviv University
    Where:  Menlo Park Cost:  Free
  • 'The Commodore Story 'The Commodore Story is a two-hour documentary film that takes audiences through Commodore's world-changing evolution from the 1970s to the 1990s; from the PET, Vic20, and C64 to the Amiga and beyond. The film includes interviews with legends from the Commodore and Amiga years. You will also see footage of the ...
    Where:  Mountain View Cost:  
  • Grounds for Science: Cell Choreography and Energy GridsEmbryonic development: how cell choreography shapes animalsJust as the collective movements of many dancers are needed to perform the choreography in a ballet, the collective behavior of many cells is required to perform the movements that shape our bodies during embryogenesis. Amazingly, the complex shapes and patterns of many animals ...
    Where:  Emeryville Cost:  Free
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