Above: Jack Jablonski, presenting during Day 2, Session 2 of our Symposium.
I wanted to let you know that we've just made available all the presentations from this year's 17th Annual Science & Advocacy Symposium in Salt Lake City, Utah.
This means that even if you couldn’t attend this year’s gathering of the SCI and Scientific Communities, you can now view it all by going to the Video Library section of our website and/or our YouTube playlist.
This year’s symposium was divided into multiple sessions, broken out over two days of presentations and interactive discussion panels.
You’ll also find detailed agenda information accompanying each video segment, with the ability to jump to specific presentations by clicking on the timestamp links.
As always, we've provided links to our speaker lineup, symposium agenda, and full-color conference program, with tons of helpful content designed to help you contextualize the presentations.
We at U2FP are proud to make these videos available to the public for free. We also provide free access to all of our past symposiums, which total over 50 hours of presentations from a decade of recorded talks (you can scroll down on our Video Library page to access these).
This on-going service is made possible by the generous support of our symposium sponsors and donors like you.
If you value these and other resources U2FP makes available to the SCI and Scientific Communities, consider making a year-end donation in support of our work.