Deep Sea Technology Part I - Exploring the Deep Ocean: November 9

All life on Earth relies on the ocean— yet, the ocean remains 95 percent unexplored, unknown, and unseen by human eyes. Join us, along with NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, as we look at the tools used to explore the deep sea. In Part I of our two-part series you’ll map a hidden landscape using SONAR simulation, investigate remotely operated vehicle technology by building a robotic arm, and learn more about America’s first federally operated ship dedicated solely to ocean exploration.

Scientist Meet & Greet: October 23

What do scientists do all day? What type of jobs can I get with a science degree? Do I have to work in a laboratory all day? Sit down with a scientist and allow them to share their experiences with you as you explore these questions and more in our monthly program!

October Scientist:

Gaelle Gourmelon, MPH, Communications and Marketing Director, Worldwatch Institute

Monsters of the Deep: Fact and Fiction - October 5

Dive deep as we explore the history of mythical sea monsters and discover the strange world of hydrothermal vents with author Chet Van Duzer and Professor Peter Girguis. Travel back through time to learn about the mythical creatures people once believed lived in the sea, try your hand at creating your own sea monster, and investigate the truly amazing adaptations of the actual animals that call deep-sea hydrothermal vents their home. 

Tickets are $7 for adults ($5 for students) and include complimentary refreshments.

DASER on Materiality

Thursday, October 20, 2016, 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30)
Keck Center, 500 Fifth Street, NW
Free and open to the public. Registration and photo ID required.

D.C. Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER) is a monthly discussion forum on art science projects providing a snapshot of the cultural environment of the region and fostering interdisciplinary networking. This month, DASER explores the theme of materiality.

The live webcast will begin streaming at 5:30 p.m. EST.



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