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Town Hall Seattle: In Conversation with Robert Kolker, author of "Hidden Valley Road"

Mar 15, 2021 Virtual 14 Day
17-18
March
2021
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Hearing Health & Technology Matters: Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference

Mar 17, 2021 16 Day Virtual LEARN MORE
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March
2021
Thursday

University of Toronto - CPIN Distinguished Lecture Series

Mar 18, 2021 17 Day Virtual
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March
2021
Wednesday

Ripon College's Center for Politics and the People Lecture Series

Mar 31, 2021 30 Day Virtual
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April
2021
Thursday

SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities - HumanTech Meetings - "Can We Create New Senses for Humans"

Apr 15, 2021 45 Day Virtual LEARN MORE
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April
2021
Saturday

Stanford Continuing Studies Book Fair: Livewired

Apr 24, 2021 54 Day Virtual
16-21
July
2021
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Sun Valley Writers Conference

Jul 16, 2021 137 Day Ketchum, ID LEARN MORE
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August
2021
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Center for BrainHealth Virtual Sips & Science

Aug 19, 2021 171 Day Virtual
28-01
September
2021
Tuesday-Friday

Life Itself Conference

Sep 28, 2021 211 Day San Diego, CA LEARN MORE
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October
2021
Wednesday

Oregon State University Provost’s Lecture Series

Oct 27, 2021 240 Day Corvallis, OR
18-20
November
2021
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ASHA Convention

Nov 18, 2021 262 Day Washington, D.C. LEARN MORE
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December
2021
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NYAS - Fathoming the Mind: A Closer Look at the Formation of Self

Dec 08, 2021 282 Day New York, NY
"David Eagleman may be the best combination of scientist and fiction-writer alive."
- Stewart Brand
"[A] neuroscientist and polymath."
- Wall Street Journal
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"David Eagleman offers startling lessons.... His method in both Sum and his new book, Incognito, is to ask us to cast off our lazy, commonplace assumptions."
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