Frontiers of Science: 2021 Webinar Series
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Our webinars deliver access to curated, customized intel on the latest innovations in science, medicine, and tech. We bring the experts to you – wherever you are – to share discoveries, insights, and best practices and how to apply them to your research, classroom, or business. Each 75-minute webinar will feature two experts who will speak on a given topic and then open it up to Q&A from the virtual audience.
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A link to the video recording of each webinar will be provided to registrants within 30 days of the original air date, and will remain available for 60 days following publication, after which it will revert to Member-only access. Not a Member? Join today.
Please bookmark this page and check back regularly, as new webinars will be added throughout the year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an urgency to fully understand how RNA viruses work and how the immune system fights them. This 75-minute webinar will explore how various organisms have evolved to fight RNA viruses, how cells detect RNA viruses, and how to track antiviral responses in real time.
The plastics revolution that began in the 1960s has continued unabated. By 2015, the world had produced over 7.8 billion metric tons of plastic, which has left the planet littered with non-biodegradable consumer goods. Scientists today recognize this problem and are devising innovative methods for the production of sustainable polymers. This webinar will feature the latest efforts by two leading researchers to create exciting new polymeric products that reduce environmental impact and to address the plastics that already litter our oceans and landfills.
This webinar will feature the latest developments in alternatives for quantum computer design and architecture, especially those that boost the number of qubits—the basic information units in quantum computers.
Additional webinars in this series will include:
- A World Powered by Renewable Energy (May 2021)
- Finding Inspiration for Functional Nanomaterials from Nature (June 2021)
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