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10_18_16-biobash_logo2BioBash 2016
When: October 21, 2016
Where: Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

An opportunity to interact with scientists and researchers in the St. Louis area at a networking event hosted by the Danforth Center’s Committee for Scientific Training & Mentoring. There will be a career panel and discussion followed by a job fair and networking session.

Follow on Twitter: @DanforthCenter

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-globalhackGlobalHack VI
When: October 21 – 23, 2016
Where: Chaifetz Arena

GlobalHack VI will bring together software developers, graphic designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs from around the world to solve a single civic technology problem centered around homelessness. Hundreds of participants across youth, collegiate, and pro divisions will work in teams to solve this problem by building software solutions over the course of an entire weekend. One million in cash prizes will be awarded to the top teams, including $250,000 in follow-on funds that will be used to take the most promising prototypes generated at the event to market.

Follow on Twitter: @globalhackHQ
Follow on Twitter: #EndHomelessness

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-techshop-stl-logoTechShop St. Louis Grand Opening Event
When: October 22, 2016
Where: 4260 Forest Park Avenue in the Cortex Innovation District

Join us for a ribbon cutting, state and local representatives, tours, demos, St. Louis members’ maker exhibits, food, beverages and fun!

Follow on Twitter: @TechShopSTL

Learn more here.


10_18_16-science-fridayScience Friday Live
When: October 25, 2016
Where: Sheldon

Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology and other cool stuff. All of our work is independently produced by the Science Friday Initiative, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the public’s access to science and scientific information.

Follow on Twitter: @scifri

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-women-in-science-entrepreneurship-wise-logoWomen in Science & Entrepreneurship [WISE] St. Louis
When: November 4, 2016
Where: Union Station

Come hear conversations among local researchers, entrepreneurs, member of industry and university faculty talk about their successes in the field and the opportunities and challenges they faced along the way.

Follow on Twitter: @MissouriCures

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-arch-hacks2ArchHacks
When: November 4–6, 2016
Where: Washington University—Bauer Hall

ArchHacks is Washington University in St. Louis’ premier hackathon for students of all backgrounds with a passion for technology, design, and, most importantly, building things. The hackathon brings together more than 500 students from around the country for 48 hours of collaboration, problem solving and building. This year’s theme, HealthTech, means that the products participants create will make a real difference. Attendees will have the opportunity to make invaluable connections with corporations, collaborate with friends and develop something that will contribute to the HealthTech community.

Follow on Twitter: @ArchHacks

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-startup-connection2Startup Connection 2016
When: November 16, 2016
Where: Washington University—Bauer Hall/Knight Hall

Startup Connection gives St. Louis’ top startups the opportunity to present their companies to a packed house of entrepreneurs, investors, and other members of the innovation community. The event combines a startup showcase, resource fair, and is topped off with a fast-paced pitch session.

Follow on Twitter: @SUConnectionSTL

Register and learn more here.


10_18_16-nov-convo-titleLet’s Talk About…Technology, Truth and the Public
When: November 17, 2016
Where: Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

Join us for an inside look at one reporter’s personal journey of finding a story that surprised her and the public backlash that followed. Author and The New York Times National Correspondent Amy Harmon will share her experience covering the intersection of science and society and the divide between public opinion and scientific data.

Follow on Twitter: @DanforthCenter

Register and learn more here.


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