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Format: Apr 03, 2020
    April
    02
    Thursday
    2020

    The 2020 MIT Energy Conference will be taking place via webinar on April 2nd & 3rd. The theme is Creating the Landscape for Our Energy Future.

    April
    02
    Thursday
    2020

    LabRoots will be working to educate the community about the COVID-19 pathogen in an ongoing series of virtual webinars on April 2, 2020.

    April
    02
    Thursday
    2020

    LabRoots will be working to educate the community about the COVID-19 pathogen in an ongoing series of virtual webinars on April 2, 2020.

    April
    02
    Thursday
    2020

    With the novel coronavirus spreading both fear and illness across the world, it is a worthwhile exercise to look at the patent landscape of antiviral vaccines.

    April
    02
    Thursday
    2020

    During this COCA (Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity) Call, clinicians will provide an overview of the clinical characteristics of COVID-19 patients, including case presentations of critically ill adults and clinical management challenges, and summarize recently published guidelines on

    April
    04
    Saturday
    2020

    Update: The circumstances around novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been fast evolving.

    April
    06
    Monday
    2020

    The current health crisis has created unprecedented challenges. Although Frost & Sullivan has made the decision to shift its 2020 event dates, they remain committed to being a partner in your desire to learn, grow and innovate.

    April
    07
    Tuesday
    2020

    DARPA will host a Proposers’ Day in support of upcoming DARPA BAA HR001120S0042, Ocean of Things (OoT) Advanced Data Analytics Phase 2, on Tuesday, April 07, 2020 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM, ET.

    April
    07
    Tuesday
    2020

    As a world leader in high-performance and advanced materials research, the National Energy Technology Laboratory's Crosscutting High Performance Materials Program presents the Regional Work Force Initiative (RWFI) Energy 101 Series, which shares how the Lab’s work and expertise translates to

    April
    08
    Wednesday
    2020

    Durga Paudyal, an associate scientist at Ames Laboratory and adjunct associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, will speak on Prediction of Reduced Rare Earth Permanent Magnets from Theory and Computation in a webinar starting at noon Mountain Time on Apr

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