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Paving a Way for the Space Revolution

Eric Thomas, MBA '21 and Mission Manager for New Shepard, Blue Origin's premiere reusable launch vehicle, will join us for a discussion of his experience with SpaceX's Starlink,...

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Asteroid Mining: A Trillion Dollar Industry for the 21st Century

Lieutenant General William J. Liquori, USSF Deputy Chief of Staff for Space Operations, Strategy, Plans, Programs, Requirements and Analysis for the United States Space Force,...

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Humans vs. Asteroids: Mitigating Risk and Expanding Opportunities

Robert Jedicke, Professor of Astronomy at the University of Hawaii, will join us to discuss his current research working with Trans Astronautica Corporation to develop techniques...

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Nuclear fusion: Powering the stars and life on Earth

Nuclear fusion has been fueling stars and creating almost all of the chemical elements in the Universe over the last 13 billion years. But how does fusion in stars work? And when...

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Art and History

Life in Pixels with David Cecchetto

Life in Pixels hosts an ongoing series of transdisciplinary conversations thinking about how we can make sense of, and live with, our computational social condition today....

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Life in Pixels featuring Nicole Starosielski

Life in Pixels hosts an ongoing series of transdisciplinary conversations thinking about how we can make sense of, and live with, our computational social condition today....

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5th Annual ND Energy Research Symposium

The 5th Annual ND Energy Research Symposium was held March 31, 2022 in support of energy-related research and scholarship and the 2021-22 Notre Dame Forum on Care for our Common...

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Health and Society

Nikhit D’Sa: Education, Ventured.

From St. Patrick and his feast day to five-day cricket extravaganzas and adopting a human-centered approach to research application in the lived experience of children and...

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The Social Side of Health: How reducing inequality can improve health outcomes for Americans

In 1961, twenty-year-old Peter Sterling left Cornell University to join the Freedom Rides in Jackson, Mississippi where he was arrested and jailed. That experience shaped his...

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Art and History

Life in Pixels with Armond Towns & Ramon Amaro

Life in Pixels hosts an ongoing series of transdisciplinary conversations thinking about how we can make sense of, and live with, our computational social condition today....

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Through the Glass Ceiling to the Stars

This event was available as a LIVE ONLY virtual event. No recording, podcast, or recap is avaiable.

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Inter-Governmental Competition in Space

This event was available as a LIVE ONLY virtual event. No recording, podcast, or recap is avaiable.

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