"This is an excellent way to reach out to students no matter where they live," said Richard Farnsworth, manager of the Lab's Science Education Program.
Each lecture highlights cutting-edge LLNL science presented by leading Lab researchers joined by master high school science teachers.
The schedule is as follows:
* Feb. 4: "The Gamma-Ray Spectrometer at Mercury: A Seven-Year Journey to the Innermost Planet," by LLNL scientist Morgan Burks and teacher Dan Burns
* Feb. 11: "Sleuthing Seismic Signals: Understanding Earthquake Hazard and Monitoring Nuclear Explosions," by LLNL scientist Sean Ford and teacher Ken Wedel
* Feb. 18: "Space Junk: Traffic Cops in Space," by LLNL scientist John Henderson and teacher Tom Shefler
* March 3: "Restoring Sight to the Blind: Bridging the Medical Gap with Technology," by LLNL scientist Sat Pannu and teacher Kirk Brown.
Lectures and demonstrations are targeted at middle and high school students, sponsored by LLNL's Science Education Program. Seating is on a first-come basis. There is no pre-registration.
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