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DEATHSTAR: A System for Confirming Planets and Identifying False-Positive Signals in TESS Data Using Ground-Based Time-Domain Surveys, Gabrielle Ross, UG '27 (E47E8636)

DEATHSTAR is a complete Python pipeline that confirms exoplanet discoveries, and is published under Ross et al. in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society December 2023…

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Revolutionizing Clean Energy: How IG Processed Superconducting Super Magnets Could Save the Planet, Sushma Miryala, UG '25 (2771013)

The consequences of global warming are being felt worldwide, and rising temperatures are having catastrophic effects through the forms of heatwaves, floods, wildfires, sea level rises, droughts, and…

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Bradford Seminar: "A Future of Weeds? Is It Hopeless To Fight Biological Invasions?"

Daniel Simberloff is the Nancy Gore Hunger Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Tennessee. He received his A.B. (1964) and Ph.D. (1968) from Harvard University and was a faculty…

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The Hottest Worlds in the Universe, Samuel Yee, G4 (3958227)

The first planets to be discovered orbiting stars other than our Sun -- exoplanets -- were a type of planet we hadn't expected, based on our expectations from our own solar system. We call these…

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Climate and the Potential for Life on Other Planets

Understanding planetary habitability is key to understanding how and why life developed on Earth as well as whether life is present on planets that orbit different stars (exoplanets). Whether a…

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How to Pollute a Star in Just 2 Million Years Mark Dodici, UG '22 (2986375)

Last fall, I simulated asteroid orbits in the hopes of finding a new explanation for a curious phenomenon surrounding white dwarf stars. Here, I bring you through the basics of white dwarf pollution…

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GradFUTURES Forum 2021: Going Beyond Sustainability: Creating New Models and Future Leaders

This week-long conference will include sessions and speakers covering: national best practices; ways to pivot and recalculate; bespoke immersive experiences and learning cohorts; mentorship; and…

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Tom Siebel Keynote @ Bay Area 2020 Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference

Tom Siebel P11 keynote, April 12, 2020 Gap Inc., San Francisco CA

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Bill McKibben

The renowned environmental writer Bill McKibben discusses his work confronting the global challenge of climate change while considering how projects such as Nature’s Nation can raise…

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Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

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Wednesday Colloquium, April 15, 2015, "A Wild Solution for Climate Change". Professor Thomas E. Lovejoy, George Mason University

Wednesday Colloquium, April 15, 2015, "A Wild Solution for Climate Change". Professor Thomas E. Lovejoy, George Mason University

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