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Science fiction meets science reality during the 2022 Neighborhood Lecture Series

Spring 2022 Virtual Events

Carnegie Science's Earth and Planets Laboratory is pleased to announce the Spring 2022 Neighborhood Lecture Series which will feature exciting virtual and in-person lectures from some of Carnegie’s resident exoplanet experts and astrobiologists.

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Neighborhood Lecture Series

Spring 2022 Neighborhood Lecture Series Banner

After postponing our lectures this spring, we're thrilled to announce that the Neighborhood Lecture Series is back—virtually of course. The silver lining? Now that the lectures are being held online, the whole world is our neighborhood!
 

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Hélène Le Mével Talks Gravity, Magma, Volcanoes at Broad Branch Road

Hélène Le Mével Talks Gravity, Magma, Volcanoes at Broad Branch Road

Hélène Le Mével presented a talk titled, “The gravity of volcanoes: using gravity data to probe magma reservoirs,” on April 25 at the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Broad Branch Road (BBR) campus.

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Carnegie President Talks Climate, Energy, Economy at Broad Branch Road

Carnegie President Talks Climate, Energy, Economy at Broad Branch Road

Eric Isaacs, 11th president of the Carnegie Institution for Science, presented a lecture titled, "Addressing Climate Change with Science-Based Energy Solutions."

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