8 Big Ideas - Science at the Theater, Wednesday, October 8, 2014
At Berkeley Lab, we pride ourselves on great, socially responsible ideas. But can we explain them in a way that non-scientists can understand -- and applaud -- in only 8 minutes? The answer is yes and we will prove it on October 8 at Oakland's Kaiser Theater from 7-9 p.m. when 8 Berkeley Lab scientists take the stage to bring you the latest on everything from solar-powered vaccine refrigerators and cool roof maps to radiation pills and space dust.
Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP here.
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Rebecca Abergel: A pill to treat people exposed to radioactive materials
Sylvain Costes: Promoting a healthier DNA
Andrew Westphal: Comet and interplanetary space dust
Ronnen Levinson: Cool roofs through time and space
Shashi Buluswar: Portable solar vaccine refrigerator
Musahid Ahmed: Combustion science for cleaner fuels
Katie Antypas: Energy-efficient supercomputing
Ben Brown: Enhancing human and planetary health through responsible innovation
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