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Update: Lawrence Friedl's Hyperwall talk is now scheduled for Monday, Dec. 12, 5:00 pm ET / 4:00 pm CT - It can be seen live on NASA TV and on the NASA Virtual Exhibit

NASA features Applied Sciences work in its presentations at the American Geophysical Union’s 2022 Fall meeting. Held Dec. 12-16, 2022, both virtually and in Chicago, the AGU covers topics from climate science to studies of the Martian surface.

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Applied Sciences Program Director Lawrence Friedl presenting at the NASA Hyperwall at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C. Credits: NASA

The director of the Applied Sciences Program, Lawrence Friedl, presents a NASA Hyperwall talk at the meeting on Monday, Dec. 12 at 5:00 pm ET/4:00 pm CT. It will be broadcast live on NASA TV and via NASA’s virtual exhibit space, NASA Science Now.

Also featured in NASA’s online virtual exhibit is Space for US, the Applied Sciences’ website of stories from across the United States, organized state-by-state. Space for US is part of the virtual exhibit’s Earth Science material within its Explore Science area.

In Chicago, the science storytelling event Ignite@AGU features NASA scientists and others discussing their work live – and with no notes. Sponsored by the Applied Sciences Program, Ignite@AGU is at the Adler Planetarium Wednesday evening, Dec. 14. RSVPs are required to attend the event in person. Recordings of the presentations will be shared online at a later date.

At AGU Applied Sciences staff discuss the Program’s work via scientific sessions, Hyperwall talks, during Town Hall meetings, and in poster sessions for the scientific community. Ignite@AGU information and a list of NASA media events are available at the story, NASA Press Events at 2022 Fall AGU Meeting.

In the AGU Exhibit Hall, current participants of Applied Sciences’ DEVELOP program provide first-hand accounts of their experience as DEVELOPers, how to join the program and how they work to bring Earth science data into the hands of decision-makers. Also on display at the Exhibit Hall is information about the Earth Science Applications Guidebook, a resource for new and seasoned users of Earth science data.

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Presented at AGU are hundreds of scientific posters. Credits: NASA

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