The "2020 ngVLA Summer Short Talk Series" is a cycle of short science talks that will take place weekly over this Summer, organized by the Next Generation Very Large Array Science Advisory Council and supported by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. The goal of this initiative is to highlight and discuss timely open science questions and their connection to present and future observing facilities at all wavelengths. Talks will be 20-25 minutes long and will be targeted to a general scientific audience. The talks will be followed by a moderated Q&A session with questions from the audience, which will last another 20 minutes.
A full list of talks can be found here: https://ngvla.nrao.edu/page/2020sts