DayCon 2017 Registration Form
It’s easy to take our planet for granted. Sure, rain might have ruined your last picnic and you’re probably still finding sand in your car from last year’s trip to the beach, but we humans have a pretty great setup here on Earth (especially when compared to the alternatives!). If you want to hear more about the past, present, and future of the planet we all call home, then come visit DayCon 2017: Planet Earth!

DayCon is a free, daylong science conference consisting of talks and interactive demonstrations given by graduate student scientists. This year’s topics include: Climate change, public health, GMOs, heat waves, agriculture, ocean heat content, honeybees, and more!

When: Saturday June 10, 10 AM - 4:30 PM (lunch will be served)
Where: Maxwell Dworkin Building, Harvard University - 33 Oxford Street, Cambridge MA

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Allergies / Dietary Restrictions
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How did you hear about DayCon?
Which talks would you be most interested in attending?
Please rank the topics below from 1-6, with 1 indicating the highest interest and 4 the lowest interest. This information is non-binding, but will aid in scheduling.
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6 (lowest interest)
Climate Change and Agriculture
Genetic Engineering of Food
Poverty and Sustainability
Heat Waves and Public Health
Ocean Heat Content
Honeybee Biology and Conservation
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