Science Slams!!!

There is no end to the ways engineers and scientists reflect their passion for their work. In reviewing projects and research for the Aviation Week Twenty20s, we came across an all-new approach: the Science Slam. A play on the popular poetry slams of the 1990s, individuals are chosen at random to step up to the open mic and talk through their work.  Brad Cheetham, a doctoral student at University of Colorado, explained his theories of orbiting bodies/gravity at a Space Foundation Science Slam.

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