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Format: Jul 16, 2020
    July
    16
    Thursday
    2020

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) was created in 1952 as a “new ideas” laboratory to augment the efforts of Los Alamos in accelerating the U.S.’s hydrogen bomb program. Beginning with the vision of Nobel Prize winner and LLNL namesake E.O.

    July
    16
    Thursday
    2020

    Join the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. ET for a webinar on small business research funding to develop and commercialize treatments, technologies, and solutions in this field.

    July
    17
    Friday
    2020

    COVID-19 COV-IRT Symposium

    Virtual Conference

    The Coronavirus International Research Team (COV-IRT) is a community of scientists driving research into COVID-19.

    July
    17
    Friday
    2020

    Traffic forecasting approaches are critical to develop adaptive strategies for mobility. Near-term traffic forecasting is a foundational component of these strategies.

    July
    17
    Friday
    2020

    If you are new to the practice of intellectual property (IP), or you simply want to polish your basic IP skills, this two-part course is for you.

    July
    20
    Monday
    2020

    A quantum network uses photonic quantum states to connect quantum computers and sensors. Quantum networks promise to enable quantum versions of distributed computing, distributed sensing, secure cloud computing, and cryptography.

    July
    21
    Tuesday
    2020

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) and four National Laboratories are excited to showcase their winning cybersecurity technologies. By participating, you gain first access to best-in-class technologies ready for licensing to the commercial market.

    July
    21
    Tuesday
    2020

    Census Bureau’s subject matter experts will explore data on new technologies and emerging industries in this sector.

    July
    21
    Tuesday
    2020

    Join us as Professor X describes the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its many influences on modern astronomy. These range from automating analysis of billions of galaxies to detecting the unknown phenomena that hide within the night sky.

    July
    22
    Wednesday
    2020

    On July 22-23, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will host a virtual-only event: Building the Federal Profile For IoT Device Cybersecurity: Next Steps for Securing Federal Systems.

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