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     3PM - NOAA - Ecosystem Based Management/EBFM seminar series: Process studies to quantify ecosystem dynamics and inform EBFM in the central California Current
 
     3PM - NOAA - Ecosystem Based Management/EBFM seminar series: Process studies to quantify ecosystem dynamics and inform EBFM in the central California Current
 
     4:05PM - UMdSS - Nearby Galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array
 
     4:05PM - UMdSS - Nearby Galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array
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    7:30PM - HacDC - amateur radio in Malawi
 
15 - noon - NOAA - Natural Shoreline Infrastructure:  Working with Nature to Increase Coastal Resilience
 
15 - noon - NOAA - Natural Shoreline Infrastructure:  Working with Nature to Increase Coastal Resilience
 
     3:30PM - UMdES - Carbon monitoring for the US Northeast Corridor
 
     3:30PM - UMdES - Carbon monitoring for the US Northeast Corridor
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23 - 10AM - UMdBS - Using Functional Genomics to Understand Hearing Regeneration
 
23 - 10AM - UMdBS - Using Functional Genomics to Understand Hearing Regeneration
 
     3PM - UMdGS - Deep Earth volatile cycles: When water meets iron at the core-mantle boundary
 
     3PM - UMdGS - Deep Earth volatile cycles: When water meets iron at the core-mantle boundary
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    8PM - PSW
 
26 - 4:30PM - UMdSS - A thermodynamic interpretation of electron density and temperature description in the Sun's corona
 
26 - 4:30PM - UMdSS - A thermodynamic interpretation of electron density and temperature description in the Sun's corona
 
27 - 3PM - UMdGS - Magnetism as a lens into redox conditions in Precambrian environments with early eukaryotes
 
27 - 3PM - UMdGS - Magnetism as a lens into redox conditions in Precambrian environments with early eukaryotes
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10 - 7:30PM - NCA - What We Can Learn from Dust in the Solar System
 
10 - 7:30PM - NCA - What We Can Learn from Dust in the Solar System
 
13 - noon - NOAA - Methane Variation Over Terrestrial And Marine Arctic Areas (2010-2016): IASI Satellite Data
 
13 - noon - NOAA - Methane Variation Over Terrestrial And Marine Arctic Areas (2010-2016): IASI Satellite Data
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    1PM - RSC ST (registration required)
 
     6PM - Nerds In NoMa - "I'm Totally Starting a Podcast": Learning to love the mic
 
     6PM - Nerds In NoMa - "I'm Totally Starting a Podcast": Learning to love the mic
14 - 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
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    7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting
    8PM - NASM - The Earliest Galaxies: Exploring Cosmic Sunrise with Hubble, Spitzer, and JWST (ticket required)
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14 - 8PM - NASM - The Earliest Galaxies: Exploring Cosmic Sunrise with Hubble, Spitzer, and JWST (ticket required)
 
15 - 12:30PM - UMdBS - The Dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus and its Neurotoxin Arsenal
 
15 - 12:30PM - UMdBS - The Dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus and its Neurotoxin Arsenal
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    6PM - DASER - Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity (registration & photo ID required)
 
     7PM - HAL - Eclipse 2017: Results and Next Steps for NASA
 
     7PM - HAL - Eclipse 2017: Results and Next Steps for NASA
 
16 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Population models of cats and birds in the urban jungle
 
16 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Population models of cats and birds in the urban jungle
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20 - 7PM - RSC
 
23 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Victims or hosts? Disease, social behavior, and long-distance migration in the American Crow
 
23 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Victims or hosts? Disease, social behavior, and long-distance migration in the American Crow
 
     8PM - PSW - Earth's Earliest Life Written in Stone
 
     8PM - PSW - Earth's Earliest Life Written in Stone

Revision as of 17:26, 30 January 2018

See wiki.hacdc.org/index.php/Area_science_event_info for the "instruction manual" for this list. January 2018 31 - 11AM - UMdGcS noon - NOAA - Planning for a Biogeochemical-Argo profiling float array: Results from the SOCCOM array and future goals Well below 2 C: Mitigation strategies for avoiding dangerous to catastrophic climate changes UMdBS - BCBMS 12:30PM - NASM - Explorer 1: 60th Anniversary of the 1st U.S. Satellite 12:30-5:30PM - NAS - A Celebration of the Explorer 1 Mission and the Discovery of Earth's Radiation Belts (registration; www.eventbrite.com/e/a-celebration-of-the-explorer-i-mission-and-the-discovery-of-earths-radiation-belts-tickets-41091504797) 1:30PM - UMdPS - NTS 2PM - UMdMS - Test functions for parabolic local models, I 4:05PM - UMdSS - A Good Hard Look at Cosmic Supermassive Black Hole Growth February 1 - 11AM - UMdBS - Intersections between plant defense and insect-microbiome complexes: ecology, outcomes, and mechanisms UMdCS - New Mechanisms for Repair of Bulky DNA Adducts and Interstrand DNA Crosslinks 2PM - NOAA - Blueprint for 2022, Part 2: Geopotential Coordinates 3:30PM - UMdES - DS 2 - 10AM - UMdBS - Single-Trial Decisions are Accurately Predicted by Inhibitory Neural Population Activity 3:15PM - UMdMS - Taking Mathematics to Heart 3:30PM - SCBI - When the stork doesn't deliver: biology and management of crane reproduction 5 - 11AM - UMdPS - Electronic and Optoelectronic Physics in the van der Waals Heterojunctions UMdBS - An integrative approach to predicting plant-insect interactions under future climates 4PM - UMdBpS - Exploring the Interplay of Host Defense Mechanisms at Biological Membranes: Insights from studies of antimicrobial Piscidins 8PM - UMd. Obs. - Watching the Explosive Universe in Action 6 - 1PM - UMdBS - Managing Data from Your Research 8PM - STScI - The Wildest Weather in the Universe 7 - noon - NOAA - Making estuarine shoreline science relevant to managers and policymakers UMdBS - Do dependencies among organisms demonstrably result in correlated patters of population growth? The view from some genomes. 4:05PM - UMdSS - What comet samples tell us about the origin of the solar system 8PM - NASM - Engineering Miracles for Scientific Discoveries with the James Webb Space Telescope (ticket required) 8 - 10AM - UMdBS - Herbivory through the ages: Novel methods for revealing how global change affects plant-herbivore interactions noon - NOAA - The Worth of Giants: The Consumptive & Non-Consumptive Use Value of the Giant Sea Bass 3:30PM - UMdES - Large-scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara would increase precipitation and vegetation 4PM - UMdCS - In Depth Analysis of Structure to Function Relationships of the Transmembrane Domain of the Ebola Virus Glycoprotein 9 - 10AM - UMdBS - Algorithms and Neural Circuits in Odor-Guided Behaviors in Mice 3PM - UMdGS - Getting more out of geochemical data: Models for the Hadean to the Pleistocene 7PM - BUGSS - Open-source oceanography: Tools for community science & marine conservation. (registration) 8PM - PSW - Cultural Heritage and Modern Inscriptional Forgeries in the Marketplace 10 - 7:30PM - NCA - The New Moon 12 - 10:30AM - UMdBS - Diversity and ecosystem impact of insects in managed landscapes noon - UMdBS - Willful Wolves and Calculating Caribou: New Directions in Animal Movement Ecology 4PM - UMdBpS - Topological defects in a living nematic 13 - 4PM - UMdPS - COHERENT Neutrino Scattering at the SNS 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - Love Me Tinder: Digital dating in the city 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 14 - noon - NOAA - Transformative Mindset Change as a Precondition to Successful Reorganization: Part 1 3PM - NOAA - Ecosystem Based Management/EBFM seminar series: Process studies to quantify ecosystem dynamics and inform EBFM in the central California Current 4:05PM - UMdSS - Nearby Galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array 7:30PM - HacDC - amateur radio in Malawi 15 - noon - NOAA - Natural Shoreline Infrastructure: Working with Nature to Increase Coastal Resilience 3:30PM - UMdES - Carbon monitoring for the US Northeast Corridor 6PM - DASER - Ice (registration & photo ID required) 7PM - HAL - TESS Mission 16 - 3PM - UMdGS - Investigating iron's spin crossover behavior in lower-mantle minerals and its effect on phase stability using experimental and computational methods 3:30PM - SCBI - Caught in the SNOWstorm: Studying Snowy Owls 21 - noon - NOAA - Allusions,Collisions and Groundings: The Impact of the Physical Oceanographic Real Time System (PORTSr) On Accident Reduction UMdBS - Plasmacytoma Susceptibility/Resistance Gense identify mTOR and p16 Intervention in Myeloma 22 - noon - NOAA - Citizen Science Benefits Coral Reef Restoration 6:30PM - MAA - Nuclear Weapons and Nonproliferation: Mathematical Research and Opportunities in the Science of National Security (registration) 7:30PM - ASG - JWST update 23 - 10AM - UMdBS - Using Functional Genomics to Understand Hearing Regeneration 3PM - UMdGS - Deep Earth volatile cycles: When water meets iron at the core-mantle boundary 8PM - PSW 26 - 4:30PM - UMdSS - A thermodynamic interpretation of electron density and temperature description in the Sun's corona 27 - 3PM - UMdGS - Magnetism as a lens into redox conditions in Precambrian environments with early eukaryotes 28 - noon - NOAA - Transformative Mindset Change as a Precondition to Successful Reorganization: Part 2 4:05PM - UMdSS - Venus: the forgotten, mysterious planet March 2 - 10AM - UMdBS - Chemical Regulation of Breathing: Neuronal Sensors and Molecular Detectors 3:30PM - SCBI - Seeing is believing: Vision through the eyes of a fish 7PM - BUGSS - Popscope at BUGSS! An evening of community astronomy 6 - 8PM - STScI - Mapping the United Federation of Planets: An Astronomer's Guide to the Galaxy 7 - noon - NOAA - Risk Factors for Seabird Bycatch in the Hawaii Pelagic Longline Tuna Fishery 8 - 2PM - NOAA - The State Plane Coordinate System: History, Policy, Future Directions 9 - 10AM - UMdBS - Dynamic 3D Scene Representation 3:30PM - SCBI - When form meets function: the influence of sperm shape on sperm aggregation behavior in Peromyscus rodents 7PM - BUGSS - What Google search data reveal about our interest in climate change 8PM - PSW - Eclipses: Using Shadows to Shed New Light 10 - 7:30PM - NCA - What We Can Learn from Dust in the Solar System 13 - noon - NOAA - Methane Variation Over Terrestrial And Marine Arctic Areas (2010-2016): IASI Satellite Data 1PM - RSC ST (registration required) 6PM - Nerds In NoMa - "I'm Totally Starting a Podcast": Learning to love the mic 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 14 - 8PM - NASM - The Earliest Galaxies: Exploring Cosmic Sunrise with Hubble, Spitzer, and JWST (ticket required) 15 - 12:30PM - UMdBS - The Dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus and its Neurotoxin Arsenal 6PM - DASER - Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity (registration & photo ID required) 7PM - HAL - Eclipse 2017: Results and Next Steps for NASA 16 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Population models of cats and birds in the urban jungle 20 - 7PM - RSC 23 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Victims or hosts? Disease, social behavior, and long-distance migration in the American Crow 8PM - PSW - Earth's Earliest Life Written in Stone 28 - 4:05PM - UMdSS - Rattle and Shine: Joint Detection of Gravitational Waves and Light from the Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817 29 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - The Secret Lives of Dinosaurs (registration required) 30 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Towards using microbiomes to diagnose health of marine mammals April 6 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Conservation genomics for black-footed ferrets and/or African antelopes 8PM - PSW - Cube Sats 7-8 - USASEF 10 - 6PM - Nerds in NoMa - The Games We Play: Recreation in the urban space 13 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Computational Approaches to Biodiversity Informatics: from crayfish to rhinos 14 - 7:30PM - NCA - Planets Without Stars 18 - 8PM - NASM - Is Astronomy Ready for the James Webb Space Telescope? (ticket required) 19 - 7PM - HAL - Mercury/MESSENGER Mission 22 - noon-5PM - Rockville Science Day 25 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - Hope for People and the Ocean (registration required) May 4 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Molecular ecology and pathways of dispersal in foxtail millet 9 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - Deep Earth Through a Diamond Looking Glass (registration required) 12 - 7:30PM - NCA - Relativistic Jets Stir Things Up 16 - 3:30PM - SCBI - Chasing the High Fliers: Radar Studies of Insect Migration 18 - 8PM - PSW - Lectures on Cassini 23 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - The Future of Cybersecurity: Winning the War (registration required) 8PM - NASM - The Hubble Space Telescope: Opening Cosmic Doors for JWST (ticket required) 30 - noon - NOAA - Managers, modelers, and measuring the impact of species distribution model uncertainty on marine zoning decisions June 12 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - Probing the Universe with Gravitational Waves (registration required) 20 - 8PM - NASM - The Historical Quest to See to the End of the Universe... Or Its Beginning (ticket required)