Join us for a special public event held at the Harvard Science Center Saturday, November 8, 2014 in historic Cambridge MA.
Come meet and learn from some of the world's best and brightest scientific minds. At our free event, you can learn about Earthwatch scientists' research, and its impact on the environment, community, and wildlife. You will also learn how you can have a positive impact!
Some of the highlights of the day will include:
Opening Session: Rallying Call for Citizen Science with Opening Address Speaker, Dr. William Moomaw, Chief Science Officer, Earthwatch Institute
Morning Address: Harnessing the Power of Citizens for Science I by Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, Marine Biologist and author of Blue Mind
Afternoon Address: Harnessing the Power of Citizens for Science II by Dr. Richard Primack, Boston University biologist and author of Walden Warming
6 Earthwatch Scientist Presentations a Q & A with Moderator, Dr. Meg Lowman, Chief of Science & Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences
Closing Address: Brian Rosborough, Founder, Earthwatch Institute
Register by October 10, 2014
Participants who pre-register and attend will receive a $100 credit towards a future Earthwatch Expedition.
Dr. J. Nichols is currently a Research Associate at the California Academy of Sciences, as well as, cofounder of three conservation campaign website initiatives. Dr. J. is a multi-faceted scientist, community organizer, and bestselling author. His book, Blue Mind will be on sale at the event.
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