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4 - 2PM - UMdBS - Phosphoproteomics as proxy of pathway activity in cancer
 
4 - 2PM - UMdBS - Phosphoproteomics as proxy of pathway activity in cancer
 
5 - 8PM - PSW - Taking the Pulse of the Ocean in a Changing World
 
5 - 8PM - PSW - Taking the Pulse of the Ocean in a Changing World
7 - 1PM - DC Futurist Soiciety = space policy & human settlement (www.facebook.com/dcfuturistsociety/; registration)
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          UMd. Obs. - 2018 Observing Highlights
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7 - 1PM - DC Futurist Soiciety - space policy & human settlement (www.facebook.com/dcfuturistsociety/; registration)
 
9 - 1PM - RSC ST
 
9 - 1PM - RSC ST
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    6PM - Nerds In NoMa - My Side Hustle, My Self: Dreaming and doing in D.C.
 
     7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
 
     7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
 
10 - noon - NOAA - Synthesis of public water supply use in the United States: Spatio-temporal patterns and socio-economic controls
 
10 - noon - NOAA - Synthesis of public water supply use in the United States: Spatio-temporal patterns and socio-economic controls
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12 - 2PM - UMdBS - Assessing 16S Metagenomics
 
12 - 2PM - UMdBS - Assessing 16S Metagenomics
 
13 - 7:30PM - NCA - Newton and Halley
 
13 - 7:30PM - NCA - Newton and Halley
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14 - 7PM - NoVAC - Astronomical Ideas that were Almost Correct
 
16 - noon - NOAA - Bloom and Bust: Algae Takes a Toll on the Housing Market
 
16 - noon - NOAA - Bloom and Bust: Algae Takes a Toll on the Housing Market
 
     6:30PM - CI CSE - 40 years of Evolution of Darwin's Finches (registration required)
 
     6:30PM - CI CSE - 40 years of Evolution of Darwin's Finches (registration required)
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    7PM - RSC
 
     8PM - STScI - Webb in Three Acts: The Telescope, The Science, The Legacy
 
     8PM - STScI - Webb in Three Acts: The Telescope, The Science, The Legacy
 
17 - noon - NOAA - Building a Twenty-First Century Heavy Icebreaker: Balancing Security and Science Capabilities
 
17 - noon - NOAA - Building a Twenty-First Century Heavy Icebreaker: Balancing Security and Science Capabilities
19 - 8PM - PSW - The Atlas of All Cells
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    1PM - APS - Fundamental Physics and the Fifth Dimension
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18 - 7PM - HAL - Hot Jupiters and Lava Planets: Exploring the Diversity of Exoplanets.
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19 - 8PM - PSW - The Human Cell Atlas
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20 - 1:30PM - NCAS - Scientifical Americans: Paranormal Researchers and the Public Understanding of Science
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    8PM - UMd. Obs. - How massive can stars be?
 
23 - noon - NOAA - Economic Valuation of Natural Infrastructure Provided by the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve
 
23 - noon - NOAA - Economic Valuation of Natural Infrastructure Provided by the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve
 
24 - 11AM - UMdCSS - Reasoning about Incomplete and Uncertain Preferences with Order-based Markov Models
 
24 - 11AM - UMdCSS - Reasoning about Incomplete and Uncertain Preferences with Order-based Markov Models
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February
 
February
 
5 - 11AM - UMdPS - Electronic and Optoelectronic Physics in the van der Waals Heterojunctions
 
5 - 11AM - UMdPS - Electronic and Optoelectronic Physics in the van der Waals Heterojunctions
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    8PM - UMd. Obs. - Watching the Explosive Universe in Action
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6 - 8PM - STScI - The Wildest Weather in the Universe
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7 - 8PM - NASM - Engineering Miracles for Scientific Discoveries with the James Webb Space Telescope (ticket required)
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9 - 8PM - PSW - Cultural Heritage and Modern Inscriptional Forgeries in the Marketplace
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10 - 7:30PM - NCA - The New Moon
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13 - 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - Love Me Tinder: Digital dating in the city
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    7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
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15 - 7PM - HAL - TESS Mission
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March
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6 - 8PM - STScI - Mapping the United Federation of Planets: An Astronomer's Guide to the Galaxy
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10 - 7:30PM - NCA - What We Can Learn from Dust in the Solar System
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13 - 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - "I'm Totally Starting a Podcast":Learning to love the mic
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14 - 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
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    8PM - NASM - The Earliest Galaxies: Exploring Cosmic Sunrise with Hubble, Spitzer, and JWST (ticket required)
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15 - 7PM - HAL - Eclipse 2017: Results and Next Steps for NASA
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23 - 8PM - PSW - Earth's Earliest Life Written in Stone
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April
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6 - 8PM - PSW - Cube Sats
 
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Revision as of 23:30, 28 December 2017

See wiki.hacdc.org/index.php/Area_science_event_info for the "instruction manual" for this list. January 2018 3 - 2PM - UMdBS - BISI Dissertation Colloquium: Susan Park Ochsner 4 - 2PM - UMdBS - Phosphoproteomics as proxy of pathway activity in cancer 5 - 8PM - PSW - Taking the Pulse of the Ocean in a Changing World UMd. Obs. - 2018 Observing Highlights 7 - 1PM - DC Futurist Soiciety - space policy & human settlement (www.facebook.com/dcfuturistsociety/; registration) 9 - 1PM - RSC ST 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - My Side Hustle, My Self: Dreaming and doing in D.C. 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 10 - noon - NOAA - Synthesis of public water supply use in the United States: Spatio-temporal patterns and socio-economic controls 3PM - NOAA - Tools for evaluating tradeoffs inherent in marine ecosystem-based management: a perspective from the West Coast 7:30PM - HacDC - amateur radio 11 - 2PM - NOAA - Vertical Datum Transformation (VDATUM) software tool 12 - 2PM - UMdBS - Assessing 16S Metagenomics 13 - 7:30PM - NCA - Newton and Halley 14 - 7PM - NoVAC - Astronomical Ideas that were Almost Correct 16 - noon - NOAA - Bloom and Bust: Algae Takes a Toll on the Housing Market 6:30PM - CI CSE - 40 years of Evolution of Darwin's Finches (registration required) 7PM - RSC 8PM - STScI - Webb in Three Acts: The Telescope, The Science, The Legacy 17 - noon - NOAA - Building a Twenty-First Century Heavy Icebreaker: Balancing Security and Science Capabilities 1PM - APS - Fundamental Physics and the Fifth Dimension 18 - 7PM - HAL - Hot Jupiters and Lava Planets: Exploring the Diversity of Exoplanets. 19 - 8PM - PSW - The Human Cell Atlas 20 - 1:30PM - NCAS - Scientifical Americans: Paranormal Researchers and the Public Understanding of Science 8PM - UMd. Obs. - How massive can stars be? 23 - noon - NOAA - Economic Valuation of Natural Infrastructure Provided by the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve 24 - 11AM - UMdCSS - Reasoning about Incomplete and Uncertain Preferences with Order-based Markov Models 26 - 11AM - UMdCSS - The Polynomial Method Strikes Back: Tight Quantum Query Bounds via Dual Polynomials 30 - noon - NOAA - Data Driven Decision-Making: Introducing the American Community Survey 31 - noon - NOAA - Well below 2 C: Mitigation strategies for avoiding dangerous to catastrophic climate changes February 5 - 11AM - UMdPS - Electronic and Optoelectronic Physics in the van der Waals Heterojunctions 8PM - UMd. Obs. - Watching the Explosive Universe in Action 6 - 8PM - STScI - The Wildest Weather in the Universe 7 - 8PM - NASM - Engineering Miracles for Scientific Discoveries with the James Webb Space Telescope (ticket required) 9 - 8PM - PSW - Cultural Heritage and Modern Inscriptional Forgeries in the Marketplace 10 - 7:30PM - NCA - The New Moon 13 - 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - Love Me Tinder: Digital dating in the city 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 15 - 7PM - HAL - TESS Mission March 6 - 8PM - STScI - Mapping the United Federation of Planets: An Astronomer's Guide to the Galaxy 10 - 7:30PM - NCA - What We Can Learn from Dust in the Solar System 13 - 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - "I'm Totally Starting a Podcast":Learning to love the mic 14 - 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 8PM - NASM - The Earliest Galaxies: Exploring Cosmic Sunrise with Hubble, Spitzer, and JWST (ticket required) 15 - 7PM - HAL - Eclipse 2017: Results and Next Steps for NASA 23 - 8PM - PSW - Earth's Earliest Life Written in Stone April 6 - 8PM - PSW - Cube Sats