My favorite classes, Seminars, Symposiums at Stanford

poverty summit 2016
Gamification – Giving Employees Purpose and Driving Success
Tuesday, March 29, 2016 12:00 pm
Braun Lecture Hall, Seeley G. Mudd Chemistry Building
Instructors: Riedel-Kruse
Julie Klinger: On the Rare Earth Frontier: How and Where We Acquire the Elements of Our Possible FuturesJulie specializes in the political economy and political ecology of strategic mineral resources in China, Brazil, and Outer Space. auditorium
260 Panama Street
Tuesday, March 29, 2016.
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Minerals on moon

4 to 5 Panama

Julie klinger

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Geography joke

What part of geo

Well geo is all over the map

Carnegie science institute

D g e seminar

Department of global ecology

Rare earth minerals 

Bottom row period table

Lenses of camera 

Everything in operating system


Not a black and white photo

Not against mining just giving info

Arsenic poisoning mining to make

Western electronics

Animals got sick then babies

Long tooth sheep cant eat

China mining most

Recycle nickel batteries

Rare scrap repatriate legislate
Applied Physics/Physics colloquium
The NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array) mission has deployed the first orbiting telescopes to focus light in the high energy X-ray (3 – 79 keV)

A New View of the High Energy Universe: Science Highlights from the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) Mission”
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
4:30 pm
Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm. 201
Applied Physics/Physics Colloquium
Prof. Fiona Harrison from Caltech will give the March 29, 2016 Applied Physics/Physics colloquium, entitled “A New View of the High Energy Universe:  Science Highlights from the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) Mission.”

The new battery materials require nanoscale engineering, and an important part of this work is the ability to observe their performance during battery operation at the scale of atoms and molecules using the X-ray beams at SLAC. These new approaches put us on a path to storing much more energy in a given volume of battery material, thus making batteries smaller, lighter and cheaper, while also increasing their safety and lifespan.

Yi Cui-nanos
SLAC Public Lecture – “Reinventing Batteries
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
7:30 pm
SLAC National Accelerator


7:30 St. John choir


at CEMEX Auditorium- Imagine the Universe
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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar
Stanford University MS&E 472
recordings at
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I met the guy who has been recording ecorner Stanford talks for the past 3 years. Over 100 speakers. I asked him which one was best. He said it was Scott Harrison.
Here is his bio
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BIOE196- BioEngineering 196 – Experimentation in Game Design
every Friday until March 13th from 12pm-1pm in Shriram 104.
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 ATLAS at Stanford Physics department
The experiment they designed is similar to a child’s experiment. Throw everything in and
see what happens.
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Product Realization Lab
Mechanical Engineering- ME 208 and 103 with Professor David Beach