2009 Lectures and Events

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Saturday Science Lectures to Celebrate International Year of Astronomy (2009)
19 January 2009  
"Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe" is a Free Public Lecture on 24 January 2009
24 January 2009  
Chemerda Lectures in Science to be Presented on 2 and 3 February 2009
28 January 2009  
"Telescope Adventures in the Antarctic Icecap" is a Free Public Lecture on 7 February 2009
30 January 2009  
"Extrasolar Planets and the Search for Habitable Worlds" is a Free Public Lecture on 31 January 2009
31 January 2009  
"Galaxies and Their Supermassive Black Holes" is a Free Public Lecture on 14 February 2009
09 February 2009  
"Chaos in Our Solar System" is a Free Public Lecture on 21 February 2009
16 February 2009  
"The Search for Life on Other Planets" is a Free Public Lecture on 28 February 2009
16 February 2009  
Simpson Memorial Lecture to be Held on 19 March 2009
27 February 2009  
Spergel to Present 2009 Eberly Family Distinguished Lecture in Science on 24 April 2009
23 March 2009  
Free Public Symposium on Using Genome Sequencing to Save Species From Extinction to be Held 3 April 2009
26 March 2009  
Register Now: Science-U Summer Camp Lets Kids be "Myth Busters" and "Energy Gurus"
30 March 2009  
Mueller Lectures in the Physical Sciences to be held on 22 and 23 April 2009
16 April 2009Jeff Kimble, the William L. Valentine Professor and professor of physics at the California Institute of Technology, will present the 2009 Mueller Lectures in the Physical Sciences on 22 and 23 April 2009 at the Penn State University Park Campus. The free public lectures are sponsored by the Eberly College of Science and the Department of Physics.
Marker Lectures in the Physical Sciences to be Held from 29 April to 1 May 2009
17 April 2009  
Roger Penrose to Give Public Lecture, "Fashion, Faith, and Fantasy: How Big is Infinity," on 4 June 2009
12 May 2009  
2009 Rao Prize Conference to Be Held on 22 May 2009
15 May 2009  
Hydrothermal Vent Expedition is Educational Experience for Scientists and Middle-School Students
09 June 2009An international team of scientists, led by Penn State professor of biology Charles Fisher, returned to port on 8 June 2009 after completing a research expedition to collect data about the creatures that live under extreme conditions near deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Not only did the researchers acquire valuable scientific information during their three-weeks at the Lau basin in the South Pacific Ocean, but they also brought 1,200 middle-school students along for the ride — a virtual ride, that is.
Summer Symposium in Molecular Biology to Investigate Science of Obesity
01 July 2009  
Professor To Tell Story Behind Identifying Vietnam Unknown Soldier 04 August 2009 from 05:45 PM to 08:00 PM National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C.,
Date: 04 August 2009
 
Forensic Science Seminar Series Features "Justice and Science: Trials and Triumphs of DNA Evidence" on 31 August 2009
31 August 2009  

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