Webinar della AAAS

Sembra interessante…ma il seminario e’ solo per i soci AAAS (American Academy of Arts and Sciences) :angry:.
e l’iscrizione e’ abbastanza costosa, pero’ se trovate un biblioteca con abbonamento a “Science” probabilmente hanno accesso al web seminar.

NASA at a turning point

Event Date: August 30, 2011 12:00 p.m. ET; 9:00 a.m. PT; 4:00 p.m. GMT
Registration here http://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=345818&sessionid=1&key:smiley:A9F2DAD3E431E12413E95437BD01C2E&sourcepage=register

With the end of the space shuttle program this summer, NASA closes one chapter and begins another. This webinar will look back at the shuttle program, highlighting its contributions to science and human space exploration. We’ll also look ahead to the future; what’s next for NASA, and what science research can we look forward to from the international space station.


Al Teich
AAAS Senior Policy Advisor


Wayne Hale
Former Manager of the Space Shuttle Program who also served as Flight Director in Mission Control for 41 space shuttle missions

Pat Duggins
Author and space journalist who is known nationally as the “voice” of NASA coverage on National Public Radio

John Grunsfeld
Former astronaut who previously served as the NASA Chief Scientist

The live webinar is free for AAAS Members and requires a short registration. An archived version of the event will be available within 48 hours on AAAS MemberCentral, the exclusive website of the AAAS Member Community.

American Association for the Advancement of Science!!!
sono membro dell’AAAS, ma a quell’ora sono ancora al lavoro

Poi mettono tutto sul sito, ma solo per 48 ore.

Se lo scopo era suscitare il pubblico interesse mi sa che cosi’ facendo, non funziona troppo.
Anni fa PLOS (public library of science) inizio’ a pubblicare articoli scientifici in open access e costrinse molti a seguirlo.

Qualcun pero’ ancora resiste…