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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Aviation Week is approaching its 100th anniversary in 2016. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.

 

Jan 31, 2016
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Tupolev 104: Harsh Proof Of Rapid Soviet Progress (1956) 18

Since little detail was available of the Russian design and built Tupolev 104, a profile was compiled for Aviation Week, based entirely on observations from photographs, experts such as engineers knowledgeable in typical Russian aircraft design and of its landing at London Airport....More
Jan 28, 2016
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A Near View Of French Aviators (1917) 2

Some of the largest battles of the First World War were taking place in France when Aviation Week was first published....More
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