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Collaborative Life Sciences Building

2730 SW Moody Ave.
Portland, OR 97201, US (map)

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  • Saturday
    Apr 22 2017
    Oregon Science Startup Forum

    The Oregon Science Startup Forum is a one-day course in science entrepreneurship.

    It's designed for students and professionals of all levels to meet science entrepreneurs, hear from their experiences and meet and connect with intellectual property lawyers and experts in turning science into businesses.

    Hosted by the Portland Section of the American Chemical Society.

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  • Saturday
    Mar 4 2017
    Open Data Day Portland

    Open Data Day is a gathering of citizens in cities around the world to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public data to show support for and encourage the adoption of open data policies by the world's local, regional and national governments.

    If you have an idea for using open data, want to find an interesting project to contribute towards, learn about how to visualize or analyze data or simply want to see what's happening, then definitely come participate! No matter your skillset or interests, we are encouraging organizers to foster opportunities for you to learn and help the global open data community grow.

    Developers

    We need computer cowboys and cowgirls like yourself to wrangle data into something useful. That means visualization, notification, integration, etc., all in the name of doing something crazy and fantastic.

    Designers

    We need people like you to make the everything look amazing, feel intuitive, and have a smooth user experience. The best application in the world that no one can use... isn't much use! You know the drill.

    Librarians

    I heard you folks like books and eat catalogs of data for breakfast. You beautiful people are going to scour the earth for interesting data, help the rest of us figure out what’s important, and generally be useful.

    Statisticians

    YES! YOU ARE SO NEEDED. Seriously. While we can find it, blow it up, calculate it, and make it look pretty, we needs us some mean number crunchin’ to present meaningful visualizations. Join up.

    Citizens

    We need you the most. If it weren’t for you, this whole thing wouldn’t be happening. We need ideas, cheerleaders, and friends to spread the word.

    For more info visit http://opendataday.org/

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  • Tuesday
    Dec 13 2016
    Inaugural Coding for Science and Society Meetup - at OHSU

    Coding for Science & Society

    Let’s get excited about open science, reproducibility, civic technology, and open data! Come meet other folks who code for science and society.

    RSVP on Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Dat-Meetup/events/235968044/

    There will be a few talks about work that makes society and science better through code. Speakers will present for 10 minutes on an idea, trend, interesting project, or open source community related to coding for science and society.

    Doors open at 5pm, Talks start 6:00pm. Some snacks provided.

    Presenters

    • Joe Hand, The Dat Project
    • Danielle Robinson, Mozilla Science Lab
    • Scott Chamberlain, rOpenSci
    • Ted Laderas, OHSU

    Organizers

    Karissa McKelvey, Max Ogden

    If you are attending, organizing or speaking at our event, you are required to agree with our Code of Conduct.

    Questions? Email mogden@gmail.com

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  • Wednesday
    Sep 9 2015
    Wine on the Willamette Oregon Bio Annual Conference Reception

    Wine on the WIllamette, the Oregon Bio 2015 Annual Conference Wine Tasting event, brings together bioscience industry leaders and guests on the patio of the Collaborative Life Science Building on Wednesday, September 9th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 pm.

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  • Oregon Bioscience Annual Conference

    Featuring six high profile keynotes and multiple track sessions, the Oregon Bio 2015: Expanding the Ecosystem event will offer a comprehensive experience featuring professional development, networking, career growth opportunities, the annual Pitchfest, and exposure to emerging commercialization companies at the Research Pavilion.

    Keynote speakers include: Gary Gilliland, Ph.D. and M.D., president of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Wolf Richter, co-founder,president, Epic Semiconductors Judy Kjelstrom Ph.D., director, Biotech Program at U.C. Davis Dan Ledger, principal, Endeavor Partners, Digital Health/Mobile Platforms Carbot Brown, CEO and founder, Carabiner LLC Fred Vogelstein, author and contributing editor, WIRED magazine

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