|May 21, 2009|
|10:00 am||to||5:30 pm|
The SETI@Home project is celebrating its 10th anniversary this week with a symposium on May 21 at the Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory, and a picnic on May 23rd at Tilden Park in Berkeley.
Live video of the symposium will be broadcast via ustream. If you can’t watch the live stream, a full archive will be made available after the symposium. Go to the SETI@Home site for more information on the symposium and to submit questions.
SETI@Home originated in 1995 as a project to use the computing power of volunteer PCs as a way to analyze radio telescope data for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence. The program has been a wild success, although no evidence for ETs has been found.