Robitaille: Introduction to glue, at Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Monday, April 11, 2016
A 1/2-hour introduction to glue, by Tom Robitaille, who will demonstrate how glue facilitates linked-view visualization of astronomical data 
Astronomy, Medicine, and the Future, at Cambridge, MA , Tuesday, September 15, 2015

A presentation to students in Harvard's Astronomy 98 tutorial, highlighting how recent technological advances are changing the way we do research, and the way we communicate results. 

(key, 944 MB), (pdf, 65 MB)

Alyssa Goodman: Lost without Longitude , at Harvard Museum of Natural History, Cambridge, MA, Thursday, May 14, 2015

One of the most important scientific challenges in early eighteenth-century Europe was the search for a reliable way to determine longitude at sea. Using a free interactive program called “WorldWide Telescope,” Alyssa Goodman will demonstrate how various historic and modern systems for measuring longitude at sea work (or fail to work), highlighting key life-saving techniques to find one’s position using the motions of stars and moons, as well as magnetic anomalies. Go back in time and discover what it was like to find one’s way before the era of GPS devices and smartphones.