Calendar for the week of Monday November 22nd to Sunday November 28th, 2010.

Monday November 22nd, 2010.
“Visual scene understanding”
Aude Oliva of MIT
Location: Center for Brain Science, Northwest Building, 52 Oxford St, Cambridge MA.[field_speaker-title]-visual-scene-understanding

Monday, November 22, 2010
12:30 PM
“The Search for New GeV-scale Forces”
Rouven Essig of SLAC
Location: Boston University, 3 Cummington St., room 595, Boston MA.

Monday, November 22, 2010
2:00 PM
“Cold atom simulations of Quantum Field Theories”
Jiannis Pachos, University of Leeds. UK
Location: MIT Building 6c-442 Cosman Seminar Room

Monday November 22nd, 2010.
“Pollution permits and the evolution of market structure”
Location: MIT Building E62-650

Monday, November 22, 2010
4:00 PM
“Better Theory Predictions for the LHC”
Frank Tackmann, MIT
Location: MIT Building 26-414 (Kolker Room)

Monday, November 22, 2010
4:15 PM
Mastering Jets: New Windows into the Strong Interaction and Beyond”
Iain Stewart of MIT
Location: Harvard University Department of Physics Colloquium, Jefferson 250

Monday November 22nd, 2010.
“Here is a human being: at the dawn of personal genetics”
Misha Agrist, of the Duke University Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy.
Location: Harvard Coop, 1400 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA

Monday November 22nd, 2010.
“Lobsters and their kids on the move in the Gulf of Maine”
Jason Goldstein, Center for Marine Biology, University of New Hampshire

Monday November 22nd, 2010.
“Einstein’s relativity”
Tereasa Brainard of Boston University Astronomy Department
Location: Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge MA.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
“Hunting for Dark Matter with Directional detection of dark matter with DMTPC”
James Battat, MIT
Location: MIT Building 26-414 (Kolker Room)

Tuesday November 23rd, 2010.
“Learning About the Origin of Life from Efforts to Design an Artificial Cell.”
Jack Szostak of Harvard Medical School
Location: Northwest B-103, 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge MA.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
2:30 pm
“The cosmological interpretation of quantum mechanics”
Max Tegmark of MIT
Location: Tufts University Robinson 250

Tuesday November 23rd, 2010.
“The Earth’s energy draws from the Sun.”
Daniel Nocera of MIT
Location: MIT Building E19-623 (Knight Science Journalism seminar)
Tuesday November 23rd, 2010.
“Robots and society”
Gill Pratt
Location: Artisan’s Asylum, 13 Joy Street, Somerville MA.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010
“Quantum Nucleation with Emphasis on a Superheated Liquid”
Raj Kothapalli, Stanford Medical School
Location: University of Massachusetts Boston Science building, room 3-126

Friday November 26th, 2010.
MIT Museum Anniversary Chain Reaction
Rockwell Cage Gymnasium, 120 Vassar Street, Cambridge MA
$10 adults, $5 children

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