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Format: Nov 24, 2020
November
16
Monday
2020

The threat of wildfires has become an increasingly large challenge faced by many Americans and as of October 1, over 44,000 wildfires have burned nearly 7.7 million acres in the United States this year.

November
16
Monday
2020

On November 16, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is hosting a virtual Public Meeting on Potential Approach for Ranking of Antimicrobial Drugs According to Their Importance in Human Medicine: A Risk Management Tool for Antimicrobial Animal Drugs.

November
16
Monday
2020

This forum will offer discussions on current challenges and strategic initiatives related to the role of commercial technology and innovation including artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, augmentation, cognitive computing, computer vision, and commercial data sources in geospat

November
16
Monday
2020

The America Recycles: Innovation Fair showcases recent advances in recycling technology, product development, and materials usage.

November
13
Friday
2020

Claim drafting may be the most important part of protecting your invention. Learn the basics of claim drafting from US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) experts in this interactive workshop.

November
13
Friday
2020

On Friday November 13, 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will hold a full day virtual forum designed to bring leaders from the industry, academia, and government agencies to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and potential paths forward in vehicle teleoperation.

November
13
Friday
2020

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is announcing a public workshop entitled "Orthopedic Device-Related Infections." This is intended to be a series of workshops envisioned to improve public understanding of infections related to orthopedic devices and appropriate mitigation measures

November
12
Thursday
2020

Quantum computing can advance the scientific community and our society, creating solutions for previously unsolvable problems.

November
12
Thursday
2020

Following a chemical, radiological, or biological incident, responders need to be prepared to properly collect samples of the contaminating agent and conduct decontamination to protect the surrounding community and environment.

November
12
Thursday
2020

In partnership with the U.S. Biochar Initiative and the Southern Regional Extension Forestry, the USDA Forest Service Research and Development is hosting a monthly Biochar webinar series 2020.

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