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Science at Cal Lecture Series


_Rivendell_ in the Angelo Coast Range Reserve

“Rivendell” in the Angelo Coast Range Reserve
Water in motion:
Mysteries of Northen California


with Inez Fung
11 am – Saturday, March 18
100 GPB, UC Berkeley
“Water is everybody’s business”. Too much, too little, too early, too late can all be devastating and costly for society as well as for the biosphere. California just ended a four-year drought. How do some trees survive the drought? What are the climatic impacts of the drought?

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Grounds for Science


Climate models explained

Climate models explained
Energy and Atmosphere:
Planning for a safe future
with Alexis Schusterman and Chris Keckler
Grounds for Science is a talk series that features young Cal researchers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics community. This month: topics on energy and atmosphere! 
Climate Models Explained – Alexis Schusterman
Inherently safe nuclear reactors – Chris Keckler


Cal Day - Save the date_ April 22_ 2017

We pack a million ideas into a single day at our annual open house to welcome the community, prospective students, current students, kids and families. Whatever your interest or age, there is an event to inspire your mind at Cal Day. Check back in late March for the full line up of events.
Stay tuned for the Passport to Science, lectures, tours and more! 


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