SPECIAL NOTE: The Fall 2001 series is reduced in the total number of colloquia due to the refurbishment work on the Building 3 Auditorium and the consequent reduction in the number of available dates in the Building 8 Auditorium.
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(Moe I. Schneebaum Lecture)
|From Satellites to Saris: Unlocking the Secrets of Climate and Human Health||
|September 24||William Gilbert and the Dawn of Modern Science||
David P. Stern
GSFC Retired, Emeritus
|October 1||Assembly and Advanced Servicing in Space||
|October 8||No Colloquium (Columbus Day Holiday)|
|October 15||Einstein's Unfinished Symphony||
|October 22||No Colloquium (Bldg 3 and 8 not available)|
|October 29||Creating a Bird and the Fifth Day Blues: Copying, Modeling, and Starting from Scratch||
Minot State University
|November 5||No Colloquium (Bldg 3 and 8 not available)|
|November 12||No Colloquium (Veteran's Day Holiday)|
|November 19||The SMSI "Implant-Once-Read-Many" Real-Time Glucose Sensor||
Sensors for Medicine and Science, Inc.
|November 26||No Colloquium (Bldg 3 and 8 not available)|
|December 3||The Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) Mission||
|December 10||"One Good Turn: A Natural History of the Screwdriver and the Screw"||
University of Pennsylvania
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