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March 2014

The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System: Exoplanets, Biosignature & Instruments

Dates: March 16 – 21, 2014
Location: Tucson, Arizona

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What: “The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System. Exoplanets, Biosignature & Instruments,” a conference that brings together experts to discuss how to find life in the universe. Jill Tarter, inspiration for the movie Contact, will give public talk.

When: March 16-21, 2014

Where: University of Arizona campus, Tucson, Arizona

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Connect 2014

Dates: March 13 – 14, 2014
Location: Melbourne, Australia


Australia’s #1 Event for emerging digital technologies

Connect 2014 is a new style event bringing together suppliers of emerging digital technologies, with a full multi-track conference, free on-floor seminar programme, dedicated technology zones and a packed expo floor.

The Expo (March 13-14)

  • Over 65 solution providers offering best-of-breed technology, applications, and solutions to help your business benefit from emerging digital technologies
  • 3 learning theatres offering 50+

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The American Visionary Art Museum | Human, Soul & Machine: The Singularity Conference

Dates: March 9, 2014
Location: Baltimore, Maryland

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The American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) is hosting a one day conference in conjunction with our current exhibition, Human, Soul & Machine: The Coming Singularity, to be held on the 3rd floor of the Jim Rouse Visionary Center. The conference will explore, among other themes, the realization of body and soul within art, and the role technology may play in our fast-approaching future.

Featured speakers include visionary… read more

Book talk for German edition of How to Create a Mind by Ray Kurzweil titled Das Geheimnis des Menschlichen Denkens

Dates: March 1, 2014
Location: Berlin, Germany

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The presentation event of Das Geheimnis des Menschlichen Denkens, the German version of How to Create a Mind, will be held on February 22nd, 2014.

There will be intellectual debates about the book’s ideas and the artist Hans-Joachim Bauer is going to present three pieces of art inspired by the literary works of Ray Kurzweil.

The German book title translates to “The Secret of Human Thought.”… read more

IEEE Aerospace Conference 2014

Dates: March 1 – 8, 2014
Location: Big Sky, Montana

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The International Conference for Aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference, with AIAA and PHM Society as technical cosponsors, is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

The annual, weeklong conference, is set in a stimulating and thought provoking environment. The 2014 conference will be… read more

February 2014

ScienceOnline Together 2014

Dates: February 27 – Mar 1, 2014
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina






In February, 2014 the Research Triangle area of North Carolina will once again host scientists, students, educators, physicians, journalists, librarians, bloggers, programmers and others interested in the way the World Wide Web is changing the way science is conducted, shared, and communicated.

As in all the previous years, the meeting will be held in… read more

NextMed/MMVR21 Conference

Dates: February 19 – 22, 2014
Location: Manhattan Beach, California


About the Conference
“Medicine Meets Virtual Reality” was conceived in 1991 to explore the healthcare utilization of rapidly evolving computing and communications technologies. Physicians, educators, scientists, and engineers gathered to assess how patient care and medical education could be enhanced by increasingly powerful and affordable computers and the expanding Internet. Each specialty brought its own skills and experience. By identifying and nurturing collaborative objectives, they understood that… read more

Wearable Technology Launch Event

Dates: February 19, 2014
Location: Santa Clara, California



A cocktail reception will follow the keynote presentation.

This event will highlight the key forces and technologies needed to make wearable technology as common as smartphones.

  • Tim Bajarin to deliver keynote on the future of wearable technology
  • Jessica Lessin, Editor-in-Chief of The Information, will moderate a

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AAAS 2014 Annual Meeting

Dates: February 13 – 17, 2014
Location: Chicago, Illinois


This annual event is one of the most widely recognized global science gatherings, with hundreds of diverse scientific sessions and communication opportunities with broad U.S. and international media coverage.

This year’s theme—Meeting Global Challenges: Discovery and Innovation—will focus on finding sustainable solutions through inclusive, international, and interdisciplinary efforts that are most useful to society and enhance economic growth.

Scientific discovery and innovation are driving solutions… read more

2014 Foresight Technical Conference: Integration

Dates: February 7 – 9, 2014
Location: Palo Alto, California

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To be successful, today’s groundbreaking atomic- and molecular-scale science and engineering must be integrated into more complex micro- and macro-systems. Nanoengineered devices and materials are being targeted at a wide range of uses throughout biotechnology, medicine, electronics, defense, energy conversion and storage, coatings, textiles, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food & food security.

Increasing momentum in this process will drive further progress toward advanced nanotechnologies.  Therefore, this year’s… read more

Nanotechnology for Developing Countries: the 2014 Foresight Invitational Workshop

Dates: February 7 – 9, 2014
Location: Palo Alto, California

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Nanoscale technologies have the potential to bring immense benefits to developing countries, in areas ranging from water and energy to health and environmental restoration. But the challenges are correspondingly large; required steps include:

• Identify nanotechnologies that can make a difference near-term
• Design and build products that will actually be useful
• Bring these to market at affordable price points
• Balance intellectual property interests
• Speed… read more

February 2014 Santa Cruz New Tech MeetUp

Dates: February 5, 2014
Location: Santa Cruz, California

Santa Cruz New Tech MeetUp

Learn about hot new web technologies and mingle with 150+ fellow entrepreneurs, investors, bloggers, and tech enthusiasts. Be the first to learn about new tech opportunities in Santa Cruz.

Doors open at 6:15pm with networking, friendly people, food, beverage, and LIVE MUSIC from Cruz Control.

Company presentations start at 7:00 and include:

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Future Salon with David Brin

Dates: February 5, 2014
Location: Palo Alto


David Brin is always interesting and mind expanding. In his book The Transparent Society from the late 90s he wrote about his vision of the comming surveillance state and our need to watch our watchers. The time is now to implement these checks and balances. Don’t miss this Future Salon. In 2004 David Brin was Keynoting the Accelerating Change conference. Evelyn Rodrigues did a writup. #futuresalon

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2014 NIAC Symposium

Dates: February 4 – 6, 2014
Location: Stanford University, Stanford, California


The NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program is proud to announce its annual Symposium! All are invited to attend. It will be held at Stanford University in Stanford, California on February 4–6, 2014.

NIAC Symposia are working meetings to review NIAC progress and plans, and discuss ways to make both more successful. It is open to the public because broad participation increases awareness of our studies and significantly adds… read more

UK Knowledge Mobilisation Forum

Dates: February 3 – 4, 2014
Location: London, UK

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Knowledge is created. Much of it is shared. Some of it is used. Across industries and sectors we share the ambition that more useful knowledge is generated and translated into practice, to increase the impact of research and improve the way we work.

Knowledge mobilisation is often about working in the middle, at the interface between research and practice.

It brings together different worlds with different goals… read more

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