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Professor Brian Cox
May
21
to May 22

Professor Brian Cox

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With state of the art imagery using massive ultrahigh definition screens Brian will explore the nature of space and time from the big bang to black holes, the latest missions to the planets and the origin and fate of life and intelligence in the Universe.

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Community π Day
Mar
14
10:00 AM10:00

Community π Day

Welcome to our 32nd annual π Day! Help us celebrate this never-ending number (3.14159 . . .) and Einstein's birthday as well. On the afternoon of Thursday, March 14, 2019, visit us for Community Pi Day, participate in π-related activities, and enjoy a piece of pie. 

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Science on the Big Screen: Robot & Frank
Dec
16
11:00 AM11:00

Science on the Big Screen: Robot & Frank

During our 50th anniversary year, we reached out to scientists at UC Berkeley and beyond to learn what movies inspired them. Beginning on Sunday, November 11, join us for our Science Film Festival featuring four popular science films and one new documentary. Each movie will be introduced by scientists who inspired and were inspired by it.

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Science on the Big Screen: Inventing Tomorrow
Dec
9
11:00 AM11:00

Science on the Big Screen: Inventing Tomorrow

During our 50th anniversary year, we reached out to scientists at UC Berkeley and beyond to learn what movies inspired them. Beginning on Sunday, November 11, join us for our Science Film Festival featuring four popular science films and one new documentary. Each movie will be introduced by scientists who inspired and were inspired by it.

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Science on the Big Screen: Jurassic Park
Dec
2
11:00 AM11:00

Science on the Big Screen: Jurassic Park

During our 50th anniversary year, we reached out to scientists at UC Berkeley and beyond to learn what movies inspired them. Beginning on Sunday, November 11, join us for our Science Film Festival featuring four popular science films and one new documentary. Each movie will be introduced by scientists who inspired and were inspired by it.

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Science on the Big Screen: Contact
Nov
18
11:00 AM11:00

Science on the Big Screen: Contact

During our 50th anniversary year, we reached out to scientists at UC Berkeley and beyond to learn what movies inspired them. Beginning on Sunday, November 11, join us for our Science Film Festival featuring four popular science films and one new documentary. Each movie will be introduced by scientists who inspired and were inspired by it.

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YWIB-San Fran & BioMarin Present: Curious About Careers in Biotechnology? Look Into Our Rare Story!
Nov
13
4:00 PM16:00

YWIB-San Fran & BioMarin Present: Curious About Careers in Biotechnology? Look Into Our Rare Story!

Spend the evening networking and learning about the impact BioMarin has on patients with rare genetic diseases! Learn about the different roles that are involved in developing and supplying rare drugs and the steps you can take to help you get there. Enjoy an opportunity to hear from women at BioMarin and take a look inside of a biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility.

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Science on the Big Screen: Hidden Figures
Nov
11
11:00 AM11:00

Science on the Big Screen: Hidden Figures

During our 50th anniversary year, we reached out to scientists at UC Berkeley and beyond to learn what movies inspired them. Beginning on Sunday, November 11, join us for our Science Film Festival featuring four popular science films and one new documentary. Each movie will be introduced by scientists who inspired and were inspired by it.

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Bioluminescence Kayak Trip
Nov
3
5:30 PM17:30

Bioluminescence Kayak Trip

Join Greater Farallones sanctuary naturalists and Pt. Reyes Outdoors to experience the eerie phenomenon of bioluminescence in the sheltered waters of Tomales Bay. At twilight we’ll launch our kayaks and paddle into the sunset. As the deepening dark sets in, we’ll watch as tiny plankton, called dinoflagellates, create their bioluminescent magic. Ripples from our paddles and wakes, from darting fish, and even seals will ignite flashes of cool green fire against the dark waters.

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