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October 2020

Solving the World’s Biggest Problems on the Smallest Scale

October 13, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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What tool can help people find cancer earlier, give plants a fighting chance when water is scarce or develop new fuels to get our vehicles from point A to B? Mass Spectrometry can! Join us and find out how researchers are utilizing this powerful tool to find differences in everything from single cells to entire forests. We use mass spectrometry to identify changes in proteins, metabolic compounds as well as lipids in any living system. With this knowledge, we can… Continue Reading Solving the World’s Biggest Problems on the Smallest Scale

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Washington State Solar Summit

October 16, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Register to attend the 2020 Virtual Washington State Solar Summit! Every year the Solar Summit attempts to tackle the most timely issues and most talked about conversations surrounding solar energy and solar adoption in Washington. Due to ongoing uncertainties surrounding COVID 19 as well as state and local directives concerning in-person gatherings, Solar Washington has decided to forego an in-person conference this year and will hold its conference virtually. Why attend? To learn about current issues, opportunities and challenges surrounding… Continue Reading Washington State Solar Summit

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January 2021

Size Does Matter! Testing with Simulated Hanford Tank Waste

January 12 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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How big is too big? When investigating ideas and refining design concepts, researchers often develop methods and systems at a reduced scale. For Hanford waste processes, the particularities of the situation demand a much larger size despite the increase in complexity and expense. The test system must be very large to properly capture the relevant physical or chemical processes controlling the behavior of interest. Through a series of recent case studies, learn why choosing the appropriate scale for Hanford waste… Continue Reading Size Does Matter! Testing with Simulated Hanford Tank Waste

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Size Does Matter! Testing with Simulated Hanford Tank Waste

January 12 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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How big is too big? When investigating ideas and refining design concepts, researchers often develop methods and systems at a reduced scale. For Hanford waste processes, the particularities of the situation demand a much larger size despite the increase in complexity and expense. The test system must be very large to properly capture the relevant physical or chemical processes controlling the behavior of interest. Through a series of recent case studies, learn why choosing the appropriate scale for Hanford waste… Continue Reading Size Does Matter! Testing with Simulated Hanford Tank Waste

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February 2021

“Other Side of the Hill” Film Screening

February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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This is a virtual screening of the film "Other Side of the Hill." The film explores how rural Oregon communities have adapted to a changing climate, and addresses the "east/west" divide that is unique to Oregon and Washington. Learn more here: https://www.othersideofthehillmovie.com/ Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9603280404... Meeting ID: 960 328 0404 Passcode: tricities We will begin by watching the film (run time: approx. 30 minutes) and then participate in a Q&A session with some of the producers and film subjects,… Continue Reading “Other Side of the Hill” Film Screening

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Inspired by Nature: Learning from and Mimicking Nature in Materials and Chemistry

February 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Have you ever wanted to permanently fix a cavity in your tooth? Have you ever wished that hip or knee implants could be permanent and non-painful? Have you ever thought that it would be great if we could harness the energy of photosynthesis? Guess what—all of these things are possible! While we have not yet learned how to do these, nature has given us the models upon which to build. By understanding how to mimic nature, we have the potential… Continue Reading Inspired by Nature: Learning from and Mimicking Nature in Materials and Chemistry

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“Among the Remnants”: A Talk with Holocaust Survivor and Author Josh Gortler

February 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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A Lunch-and-Learn Virtual Program presented by the Holocaust Center for Humanity When 3-year-old Joshua Gortler and his family were forced from their hometown in Poland during World War II, they scrambled for safety border over border, finding refuge at least in Europe's Displaced Persons Camps. Undocumented and unschooled, Gortler spent his adolescence learning to survive. When his family eventually relocated to the U.S., Gortler found himself starting over as teenager in a foreign land with only his spunk and sharp… Continue Reading “Among the Remnants”: A Talk with Holocaust Survivor and Author Josh Gortler

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March 2021

Demystifying COVID-19: Hindsight is 2020

March 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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We’ve learned a lot over this past year, but let’s start with the basics—is it a cold or COVID? If we’re being honest, it’s a question each of us has probably asked ourselves at least once since the pandemic began. During our inaugural COVID-19 seminar series talk, we’ll discuss the differences in symptoms between a cold, the flu, or COVID-19, in addition to the larger scientific story of COVID-19. What are the dangers, really? What lessons have we learned over… Continue Reading Demystifying COVID-19: Hindsight is 2020

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Demystifying COVID-19: What Do Bats Have to Do with It?

March 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Bats, pangolins, and humans—oh my! This talk will explore the role wild animals play in the emergence of new diseases-- including how they spread, what symptoms they produce in humans, how their origins influence their evolution, and more. You will leave with a better understanding of coronaviruses prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, currently, and what we can prepare for in the future. Register here: https://pnnl.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_6Xs9wD9yTWaCWWK0kOf7jw Presented by Amy Sims

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Demystifying COVID-19: Behind the Mask: The Science on Stopping the Spread

March 16 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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What goes around comes around… unless there are successful preventative measures put in place. From air flow in buildings, to why this disease presents so differently in different individuals, to how long the virus survives without a host-- this talk will center on what we’ve learned about how to best keep our communities safe. It will also delve into some of the strange and sometimes serious health effects that can linger even after the COVID-19 virus has gone, including a… Continue Reading Demystifying COVID-19: Behind the Mask: The Science on Stopping the Spread

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COVID Seminar Series – Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3 (And What’s Up with The New Vaccine, Anyways?)

March 23 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Thousands of genome and protein sequences. Over four hundred different diagnostic tests. More than two hundred vaccine candidates. One talk to sift through the herculean scientific effort behind them. If you’re confused about COVID-19 testing and vaccines, you’re not alone. What do all these tests actually measure? When are they most accurate and what are their weak spots? What are the four types of candidate vaccines available? How do they work? Are they safe? And how can herd immunity help… Continue Reading COVID Seminar Series – Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3 (And What’s Up with The New Vaccine, Anyways?)

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Demystifying COVID-19: Model Me This: COVID-19 Scientific Predictions and Where We Go from Here

March 30 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Numbers, numbers, everywhere. The stories they tell? Everyone cares. Using mathematical representations of disease patterns, scientists across the globe are beginning to arrive at a more complete picture of how and why COVID-19 spread over time across geographical locations and human populations. Join us to learn what types of models exist, how well they can predict future outcomes, and how current models are being used with other information to guide policy decisions and public health guidelines. Register here: https://pnnl.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_KH262WbnSJqKRCe_u1bCJQ Presented… Continue Reading Demystifying COVID-19: Model Me This: COVID-19 Scientific Predictions and Where We Go from Here

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April 2021

Building Beyond-Lithium Batteries: From Human Intuition to Artificial Intelligence

April 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Explosive (sometimes literally!) growth of Li-ion batteries has enabled the electronics and electric vehicle revolutions over the past two decades, but has also raised geopolitical concerns about lithium reserve and supply. PNNL’s researchers are working toward building next-generation batteries based on new chemistries such as sodium, magnesium, zinc, and vanadium ions, along with small organic molecules which would ensure our energy security and resiliency. In particular, the organic chemistry route for new batteries is promising, but the number of possible… Continue Reading Building Beyond-Lithium Batteries: From Human Intuition to Artificial Intelligence

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Catalysis – Nature’s Way

April 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Please join us for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s (PNNL) next Community Science and Technology Seminar. Enzymes are nature’s catalysts. They are biomolecules that help facilitate chemical reactions so that they can occur under mild conditions. At PNNL, we study enzymes in order to understand the functional principles they use to regulate the chemical reactions. This knowledge allows us to transfer some of these principles to synthetic catalysts that are more efficient, cheaper and cleaner and can be used in industrial… Continue Reading Catalysis – Nature’s Way

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May 2021

Improving Environmental Monitoring, Reducing Stressors, and Getting Marine Renewable Energy Devices into the Water

May 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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The Triton Initiative is researching various environmental monitoring technology and methods to understand how different types of stressors caused by marine renewable energy devices can be tested. The research focuses on the known environmental stressors identified in the State of the Science Report produced by PNNL’s OES-E team. The stressors include collision risk, underwater noise, electromagnetic fields, or changes in habitat. The information gleaned from this research will produce a set of recommendations to inform regulators on how to safely… Continue Reading Improving Environmental Monitoring, Reducing Stressors, and Getting Marine Renewable Energy Devices into the Water

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Improving Environmental Monitoring, Reducing Stressors, and Getting Marine Renewable Energy Devices

May 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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The Triton Initiative is researching various environmental monitoring technology and methods to understand how different types of stressors caused by marine renewable energy devices can be tested. The research focuses on the known environmental stressors identified in the State of the Science Report produced by PNNL’s OES-E team. The stressors include collision risk, underwater noise, electromagnetic fields, or changes in habitat. The information gleaned from this research will produce a set of recommendations to inform regulators on how to safely… Continue Reading Improving Environmental Monitoring, Reducing Stressors, and Getting Marine Renewable Energy Devices

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June 2021

Getting to Net Zero: CO2 Removal, Use and Sequestration

June 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Join Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's next Community Science and Technology Seminar presented by Casie Davidson, Senior Scientist. Reducing global greenhouse gas emissions to zero by mid-century will require all the renewable and nuclear generation, grid-integrated energy storage, and electrification humanity can attain over the next 30 years. But the global consensus from organizations like the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine is that these technologies alone cannot get us to net zero.… Continue Reading Getting to Net Zero: CO2 Removal, Use and Sequestration

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July 2021

Getting to Net Zero: CO2 Removal, Use and Sequestration

July 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Join Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's next Community Science and Technology Seminar presented by Casie Davidson, Senior Scientist. Reducing global greenhouse gas emissions to zero by mid-century will require all the renewable and nuclear generation, grid-integrated energy storage, and electrification humanity can attain over the next 30 years. But the global consensus from organizations like the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine is that these technologies alone cannot get us to net zero.… Continue Reading Getting to Net Zero: CO2 Removal, Use and Sequestration

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Nuclear Explosion Monitoring: Unearthing Powerful Secrets

July 28 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading Nuclear Explosion Monitoring: Unearthing Powerful Secrets

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August 2021

Supercomputers: Solving Big Science Problems

August 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading Supercomputers: Solving Big Science Problems

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The Oceans of Mars: My Five Decades of Mars Research

August 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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The Wenatchee Valley Erratics, Ice Age Floods Institute’s next Zoom program will be on Tuesday, August 10 at 7:00 PM. Dr. Vic Baker, Professor of Planetary Sciences and Geosciences, University of Arizona, will discuss The Oceans of Mars: My Five Decades of Mars Research. A slew of international Earthling robots are now exploring Mars: 3 rovers on the planet, 8 orbiting craft, one stationary lander, and a small helicopter. All are yielding data about the geological history of very ancient… Continue Reading The Oceans of Mars: My Five Decades of Mars Research

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Developing Efficient Solutions for the Nation’s Nuclear Waste

August 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading Developing Efficient Solutions for the Nation’s Nuclear Waste

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The Invisible Catalysts in Your Life: How Playing with Atoms is Key to a Better Tomorrow

August 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading The Invisible Catalysts in Your Life: How Playing with Atoms is Key to a Better Tomorrow

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Cloudy with a Chance of Particles

August 25 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading Cloudy with a Chance of Particles

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September 2021

More Power to You: Charging Ahead with Better Energy Storage and a Smarter Grid

September 1 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading More Power to You: Charging Ahead with Better Energy Storage and a Smarter Grid

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PNNL and National Security: 20 Years of Mission Impact

September 8 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading PNNL and National Security: 20 Years of Mission Impact

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Synthetic Biology: Engineering a Sustainable 21st Century

September 15 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For the first time ever, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is opening its doors and inviting the public to a series of free, live, virtual tours of numerous labs on its Richland campus. Researchers from across PNNL will be your hosts as you discover the spaces and instruments behind our science and impact. Learn about nuclear explosion monitoring, the science and hardware behind machine learning and artificial intelligence, our work in nuclear energy and environmental management, and so much more.… Continue Reading Synthetic Biology: Engineering a Sustainable 21st Century

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October 2021

LWV Kittitas Mayor Candidate Forum

October 4 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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These virtual forums are cosponsored by the League of Women Voters Kittitas County, the Ellensburg Daily Record and North Kittitas County Tribune newspapers and will be live-streamed to LWVKC’s YouTube channel. 5:30-6:15pm on October 4 will feature Kittitas City Mayor race candidates John Camarata and Richard Dean Hink, Jr. Public may submit candidate questions at [email protected] or during the livestream, text to 509-654-9030.

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LWV Hospital District 1 Candidate Forum

October 4 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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These virtual forums are cosponsored by the League of Women Voters Kittitas County, the Ellensburg Daily Record and North Kittitas County Tribune newspapers and will be live-streamed to LWVKC’s YouTube channel. 6:30-7:15pm on October 4 will feature Hospital District 1 Position 3 race candidates Michael Barrow and Erica Libenow. Public may submit candidate questions at [email protected] or during the livestream, text to 509-654-9030.

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LWV Ellensburg City Council Candidate Forum

October 5 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Moscow, ID 83843 United States
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These virtual forums are cosponsored by the League of Women Voters Kittitas County, the Ellensburg Daily Record and North Kittitas County Tribune newspapers and will be live-streamed to LWVKC’s YouTube channel. 5:30-6:15pm on October 5 will feature Ellensburg City Council Position 2 race candidates Nancy Goodloe and Joshua Thompson. Public may submit candidate questions at [email protected] or during the livestream, text to 509-654-9030.

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LWV Roslyn City Council Candidate Forum

October 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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These virtual forums are cosponsored by the League of Women Voters Kittitas County, the Ellensburg Daily Record and North Kittitas County Tribune newspapers and will be live-streamed to LWVKC’s YouTube channel. 6:30-7:15pm on October 5 will feature Roslyn City Council Position 6 race candidates Tom Missel and Janine Brodine. Public may submit candidate questions at [email protected] or during the livestream, text to 509-654-9030.

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LWV Thorp School Board Candidate Forum

October 5 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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These virtual forums are cosponsored by the League of Women Voters Kittitas County, the Ellensburg Daily Record and North Kittitas County Tribune newspapers and will be live-streamed to LWVKC’s YouTube channel. 7:30-8:15pm on October 5 will feature Thorp School Board Position 3 race candidates David Muratore and Anne Cubilie. Public may submit candidate questions at [email protected] or during the livestream, text to 509-654-9030.

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Moses Coulee Megafloods

October 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The Wenatchee Valley Erratics, Ice Age Floods Institute’s next ZOOM program will be on Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM. Joel Gombiner, PhD candidate at U. of Washington will discuss “Moses Coulee Megafloods.” Moses Coulee is unique from other Scabland canyons because it lacks an obvious tie-in to the Columbia River. It heads in the middle of the Waterville Plateau, but lacks clear feeder channels or flood-scoured surfaces that link to the Columbia River. How did it get there? How… Continue Reading Moses Coulee Megafloods

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Moses Coulee Megafloods

October 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The Wenatchee Valley Erratics, Ice Age Floods Institute’s next ZOOM program will be on Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM. Joel Gombiner, PhD candidate at U. of Washington will discuss “Moses Coulee Megafloods.” Moses Coulee is unique from other Scabland canyons because it lacks an obvious tie-in to the Columbia River. It heads in the middle of the Waterville Plateau, but lacks clear feeder channels or flood-scoured surfaces that link to the Columbia River. How did it get there? How… Continue Reading Moses Coulee Megafloods

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November 2021

Keeping an Eye on the World’s Largest Machine: How Measurements are Modernizing the Electric Grid

November 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Join PNNL's next Community Science and Technology Seminar presented by Dr. Jim Follum, Electrical Engineer. The United States power grid is considered the world’s largest machine, moving power across vast distances through a complex network operated by thousands of organizations. The grid is essential for nearly every aspect of our daily lives, so ensuring its reliability is critical to the nation’s interests. How do you monitor such a massive, complex, and important machine? The answer involves using satellites to synchronize… Continue Reading Keeping an Eye on the World’s Largest Machine: How Measurements are Modernizing the Electric Grid

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