What do fish, robots, aliens and Pokemon have in common? Free #openscience talks on Nov 1st. #ubc #vancouver
Answer: A line up that I’ve set up who will participate in an OPEN SCIENCE roster of UBC speakers.
Here you’ll get a chance to see: (1) the environmentally critical work of a world class fisheries lab; (2) hear the feisty tale of a professor who confronted NASA on some pretty shoddy science; (3) enjoy the antics of a science literacy advocate whose crowd-sourcing projects could double as a comedic act; (4) and check out a room full of kick ass robots, all prototyped in a special UBC class all about imaginative equipment and robot design.
- Dr. Daniel Pauly (The Sea Around US – Note that Daniel and his team are the keynote) 1 – 1:50pm
- Dr. Rosie Redfield, (#arseniclife, social media and open science) 2 – 2:40pm
- Dr. David Ng (Adventures in Open Science Advocacy) 2:45pm – 3:45pm
- Jon Nakane (Physical Prototyping at UBC and Open Robotics Demo – Note: this session will be more like a MAKERFAIRE set-up) 3 – 5pm
Date/Time – Thursday, November 1st 1-5pm
Place – Irving K. Barber Learning Centre – Lillooet Room, UBC Campus.
Cost – All talks are free and open to everyone at UBC and the public at large. Registration is not necessary but is appreciated. You can do this at the follow link (http://scholcomm.ubc.ca/events/oaweek/schedule-at-a-glance-2012/).