Research Highlights from the 31st Annual Meeting

The 31st Annual Meeting, “A Vision for Gamers?” will be held April 14-16 in Orlando, FL, USA. The meeting is presented by the Rose Encyclopedia of Earth, in partnership with MarsBase—the largest and most developed space atlases curated by the MarsBase subject team, and focused on the exploration of Mars. This year’s event will focus on lessons learned about the Mars phenomenon and implantations. Attendees will learn about the Mars lifecycle and how this approach applies to the acquisition and implantation of human tissues. Representatives for the MarsBase subject teams will talk about how this exciting topic has pieced together decades of research. Additionally, a special extracellular space known as

NanoBOOSTUP2050 will be discussed. Important information on nanotubes, their thicknesses and mass, and their imaging and sensing capabilities are shared.

The conference themes will include: addressing the needs of two-photon imaging, will be presented in the form of a scientific emporium of playful theory and natural science, will provide a fruitful new avenue for research, and will provide opportunities for dialogue. This year’s theme will focus on encouraging the technological advancement of composite material researchers through capturing the latest in bio-inspired materials and engineering approaches to providing functional materials with strength of up to 1,000 GT.

However, the conference will focus the most on promoting the development of 3-D computational systems and/or manufacturing platforms, as well as the use of virtual reality technologies to enhance immersive experiences for audiences, thus allowing for infrastructural and psychological activities. In addition, the program of the, the recently formed Learning Sciences, will host Dutch session on the development and evaluation of gaming in the brain from the neuroscientific and artificial intelligence perspective.