The Hines Family Foundation for Education, Innovation, and Service (HFF) (www.HinesFamilyFoundation.org) is pleased to announce its MISSION3D: Dream-Design-Do!(http://Mission3d.org) STEM 4.0 Learning Node designed to engage the current generation of satellite enthusiasts. Learn how to explore space through small satellites (https://xinabox.cc) and the Quest Institute (http://www.questforspace.com).
For more information visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hines-family-foundation-and-atlanta-international-school-hff-node-1-project-launch-tickets-48288892377.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is partnering with industry to host the second annual Symposium on Space Innovations, highlighting recent innovations in space science and technologies. Building on the success of the inaugural 2017 event, this year’s conference is expanding to two full days: November 13 & 14!
Activities across both days will feature a combination of invited and contributed technical presentations, panel discussions, and keynote speakers from across the space industry. Additionally, there will be a special software demonstration session, exhibit hall, conference reception, happy hour, and student poster session competition.