Join the February and March webcasts on predictive intelligence for pandemic prevention
February 10, 2021
NSF is supporting a series of interdisciplinary workshops to engage research communities around the topic of Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention (PIPP). This topic arises both from fundamental scientific questions and pressing societal needs.
The first workshop is February 16-17, and the last one is March 22-23, 2021. Workshop remarks and discussions will be webcast.
Learn more about the PIPP workshop series and webcast registration.
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