|Cora Marrett, Deputy Director, National Science Foundation was part of the |
STEM Education & Job Prospects for Young Investigators panel
September 09, 2012 --Washington, DC--The Milken Institute hosted panel discussions throughout the weekend entitled A Celebration of Science
. Each panel had leaders from scientific and policy organizations. There were lively discussions about the future of the biosciences. I worked with the Milken Foundation a long time ago, glad they found me again.
|The Panel entitled, The Coming Age of Precision Medicine.|
Each panel was videotaped and lasted 40 minutes. There were four panels held concurrently in different rooms. The staging and recording of each panel was produced by Vision Matrix Productions, Inc.
Their work was seem less; the staging, video and audio were excellent. Color temperature was 4500K. It made my picture taking smooth. All images shot with a Nikon D800 at 4000 ISO. Adjusted in Photoshop and used the Noise Reduction Filter.
|Margaret Hamburg, Commissioner, U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the panel entitled, Investment Opportunities in Medical Research.|