American Junior Academy of Sciences Awards ceremony and science entertainment show by Lynda and Bergen Williams of San Francisco State University. (Continental Ballroom 5)Sunday, Feb. 18
Plenary lecture by J. Craig Venter, president and chief scientific officer of Celera Genomics. Celera, along with the government, has announced completion of the rough map of the human genome. (Continental Ballroom 4,5 & 6)8 p.m.-10 p.m.
"Brainspotting," a science-theater play from the Klara Soup Theatre of the Stockholm City Theatre, Sweden. (Continental Ballroom 1,2 & 3)Monday, Feb. 19
Special plenary lecture by Alfred Berkeley III, President, The Nasdaq Stock Market. (Register for a free pass right outside of the Continental Ballroom where the lecture will be held.)11 a.m.4 p.m.
The Science Career Fair . Employers will be on-site to talk with candidates about job opportunities in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Bring your resume. (Plaza Room)6:30-7:30 p.m.
Plenary lecture by David Malin, Anglo Australian Observatory. A photographer and astronomer whose breathtaking views of the universe are probably better known than he. (Continental Ballroom 4, 5 & 6)Those wishing to attend the symposia, seminars and career development workshop may register onsite for a fee. For more information on meeting registration, call 415-561-0930.
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Contact: Cate Alexander
American Association for the Advancement of Science