How to be a science hacker
NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts council member
August 1, 2018
Pacific Forum—11:00 a.m.
Just as science fiction has often shown the way to future inventions, the act of hacking is now generating prototypes that act as footholds for future explorations, discoveries, and epiphanies in science. Leagues of science hackers are mashing up ideas, mediums, and industries to create clever instruments that change how we experience science. From the collisions of subatomic particles to the explosions of supernovas, this presentation takes you on an unusual trip through the weird, whimsical, and fun ways to make things with science.
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