NOAA’s public-private partnerships advance science and the economy
Advancing NOAA science through public & private partnerships: briefing and Q&A with NOAA scientists
Thu., May 17, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET
American Geophysical Union, 1 Thomas Circle NW, 9th floor, Washington, D.C. 20005
Media coming in person please RSVP by Tue., May 15, at 12 noon ET, to Monica Allen, email@example.com.
Media unable to join in person can join the webinar by registering at bit.ly/NOAApartnersoffsite link You will receive an email with the information needed to access the webinar online or by telephone. We recommend joining online for the Q&A for journalists.
Dan Lindsey, senior science advisor, GOES-R satellite program, NOAA Satellite and Information Service: The next generation of weather observation satellites.
Kelli Paige, executive director, Great Lakes Observing System: Helping Great Lakes municipal water treatment agencies improve public drinking water quality.
Diane Kapareiko, microbiologist, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Milford Lab: A natural probiotic that reduces disease in oyster hatcheries.
Ken Fenton, meteorologist, NOAA Earth System Research Lab: Increased, safe transmission of electric power that can reduce consumer costs.