From Vice President Philip Boudjouk
and all the RCATT staff members—
NSF Launches Science Multimedia
If you find yourself with some leisure time over the holidays, check this out. The National Science Foundation has launched the Science360 Radio stream, part of The Knowledge Network. You can access the radio stream via Science360.gov, the Science360 News Service, or the Apple APP store.
There are more than 50 shows and more than 24 hours of programming for the service, in its initial stages. From the latest news headlines to in-depth interviews and lively discussions, Science360 Radio delivers to a worldwide audience engaging programming about all things science, engineering, math and technology. The programming is updated daily and the list of shows and features, currently from three continents, is growing quickly. Contact the service if you have a current professional science or engineering radio show or audio podcast. NSF would also like to hear about your suggestions for Science360.
The site gathers videos, images, animations and audio from wherever science is happening. The Science360 News Service is updated every 24 hours with fresh content, including some of the video, audio and other multimedia you'll find on the Knowledge Network. The Knowledge Network is a multimedia portal at www.science360.gov, which immerses visitors in the latest wonders of science, engineering, technology and math. Refreshed daily with new video features and new shows on Science360 Radio, the Knowledge Network engages the general public, science junkies, teachers and students alike in the cutting-edge discoveries and big science stories of the day.
If you have questions about the service, contact Science360 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions to submit audio and video content are found at http://sites.google.com/site/nsfstudio8/science360.
For an FAQ on the Science360 News Service, Science360 Radio and the Knowledge Network, visit http://sites.google.com/site/nsfstudio8/science360/faqs.
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Red River Valley Research Corridor
Precision Agriculture Action Summit
January 16-17, 2012
North Dakota Farmers Union Conference Center-Jamestown, ND
Co-hosted by ND Farmers Union, this summit will cover the state of precision agriculture, emerging trends, technological applications and demonstrations for successful implementation. Attendees can expect hands-on demonstrations of precision agriculture technologies, applications, procedures and tools designed to reduce producer cost and to increase farm efficiency. Co-organizers for the summit are the Dakota Precision Ag Center at Lake Region State College and NDSU’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. See more information >>
Gear Up for Grants Seminar
"Research Data Management"
January 18, 2012, 3:00–4:30 p.m.
NDSU Memorial Union-Arikara Room
Presented by the Research and Data Working Group
Come learn more about a new working group that is tasked with developing resources to further support research activities at NDSU. This multi-disciplinary working group is charged with two key areas of focus: to identify the impact of research on campus cyberinfrastructure; and to provide assistance to investigators as they develop data management plans, now required by several federal funding agencies.
To register, email email@example.com