Upcoming Colloquium Lectures

Logo for Langley Colloquium Series 50th Anniversary (1971-2021)

The Colloquium Lectures at NASA Langley provide monthly lectures and demonstrations related to science and technology. These lectures are intended stimulate the creative processes of Langley employees, and enhance the quality of life at Langley by providing more opportunities for learning. These lectures are open to NASA employees, NASA contractors, and other invited guests. Unless otherwise indicated, the starting time for all lectures is 2:00pm.

After cancelling talks from April – November 2020, we resumed in December via the wonder of live streaming at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-lrc. Because attendance is restricted to NASA Langley civil servants and contractors, a password is required to access the stream.

Upcoming lectures include

March 2, 2021: Making everything computational—including the fundamental theory of physics by Stephen Wolfram (Visit http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-lrc at 2pm to view the talk. The required password will be sent to NASA Langley employees and contractors in advance.)

April 6, 2021: Why are Honey Bees Dying? by Dennis vanEngelsdorp

May 4, 2021: Reproducibility in Scientific Research by Monya Baker