Food for thought: don't miss the 2013-2014 season of the Science & Technology Discovery Series!
The Science & Technology Discovery Series is a monthly breakfast program that highlights exciting breakthroughs in science and technology with exclusive presentations from our state's leading researchers and technologists. The program is designed for business and community leaders who want to stay on top of important advancements being made at our innovative companies and research institutions. Speakers are experts in their fields and have included Nobel laureates and National Academies members.
Presentations are held September through May, from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. at the Rainier Club in downtown Seattle. Each Discovery Series program includes a breakfast buffet, time for networking with regional business and community leaders, a Q&A session following the speaker's presentation, and an opportunity to meet the speaker.
Individual Memberships are $295 for the entire 9-breakfast program and are prorated as the season progresses. Membership is non-transferable, but includes 2 guest passes for the season.
Network Memberships provide the flexibility to share the experience with colleagues, clients, and friends. Network Memberships are $1,000 for the entire season and are prorated as the season progresses. A Network Membership enables your company or organization to send any four people to each breakfast, and Network Members receive recognition onscreen before and after each presentation.
Contact Katy Tollefson at (206) 389-7259 for more information or to register for the remainder of the current season.
September 13, 2013: Denis Hayes, President, Bullitt Foundation
Topic: Design and construction of the Bullitt Center, the greenest building on the planet
October 11, 2013: John Marzluff, Professor of Wildlife Science, University of Washington
Topic: Gifts of the Crow
November 15, 2013: Julie Kientz, Assistant Professor, Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington
Topic: Baby Steps system for tracking developmental progress in young children
December 13, 2013: Jim Olson, Brain Cancer Researcher, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Attending Physician, Seattle Children's Hospital
Topic: Project Violet, a new citizen science initiative to accelerate research into new anti-cancer compounds
January 10, 2014: John Wecker, President & CEO, Pacific Northwest Diabetes
Topic: The latest developments in diabetes research
February 14, 2014: Hugh Hillhouse, Rehnberg Chair Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington
Topic: Printable solar cells
March 14, 2014: Uri Shumlak, Professor, William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Washington
Topic: Nuclear fusion
April 11, 2014: Patricia Kuhl, Co-director, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, University of Washington
May 9, 2014: Guy Palmer, Director, Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, Washington State University
Interested in sponsoring the Discovery Series? Engage with our audience of business, civic and government leaders as a Science & Technology Discovery Series sponsor and enjoy five flexible memberships for the season and these great benefits:
- your company logo featured on signage and onscreen at breakfast;
- company logo and link in electronic communications;
- verbal recognition at the podium during each breakfast; and
- the opportunity to introduce featured speakers.
Contact Katy Tollefson at (206) 389-7259 for more information or to reserve your Discovery Series sponsorship package today.