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USA Science & Engineering Festival Podcasts

Dr. Loren Anderson

This Nifty Fifty Podcast features Dr. Loren Anderson speaking to Tuscarora High School in Leesburg, Virginia about astronomy, massive stars, and his career path to becoming a physics professor.

Dr. Anderson, is a Assistant Professor of Physics at West Virginia University, where he works in an elite and highly specialized area of astrophysics, studying ionized zones around young and very massive stars that are responsible for injecting energy into the Galaxy.

Nifty Fifty is presented by InfoComm International, the force behind every audio visual experience.

The Nifty Fifty program brings science technology engineering and math professionals to schools throughout the National Capital Region to educate students about the real world of STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers in their future.

Nifty Fifty is a program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and we want to thank our founding and presenting host Lockheed Martin. To learn more about the Festival, and to take part in one of our upcoming programs, visit usasciencefestival.org

2015-05-12 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Dr. Tristan Hubsch

This Nifty Fifty Podcast featuring Dr. Tristan Hübsch speaking to Immanuel Christian School about the “Theory of Everything” and how he got interested in Physics from a very early age.

Dr. Hubsch is a professor at Howard University in the Departments of Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics, and is a noted researcher in various theoretical and mathematical aspects of fundamental physics, including: High Energy Particle Physics, Supersymmetry: and String Theory.

Nifty Fifty is presented by InfoComm International, the force behind every audio visual experience.

The Nifty Fifty program brings science technology engineering and math professionals to schools throughout the National Capital Region to educate students about the real world of STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers in their future.

Nifty Fifty is a program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and we want to thank our founding and presenting host Lockheed Martin. To learn more about the Festival, and to take part in one of our upcoming programs, visit usasciencefestival.org

2015-05-05 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Dr. Matthew Hartings

This Nifty Fifty Podcast features Dr. Matthew Hartings speaking to Holy Cross School in Garret Park, Maryland. Dr. Hartings the professor behind "The Chemistry of Cooking," a wildely popular course at American University, where Dr. Hartings is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry.

Dr. Hartings work in bio-inorganic chemistry includes everything from converting sunlight to energy, to treating cancer; but it's his passion for cooking that applies this same science to food, which you can hear all about in this talk, or see in his popular YouTube vide title "Ice Creme Science."

Nifty Fifty is presented by InfoComm International, the force behind every audio visual experience.

The Nifty Fifty program brings science technology engineering and math professionals to schools throughout the National Capital Region to educate students about the real world of STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers in their future.

Nifty Fifty is a program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and we want to thank our founding and presenting host Lockheed Martin. To learn more about the Festival, and to take part in one of our upcoming programs, visit usasciencefestival.org

2015-04-21 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Dr. Len Annetta

This Nifty Fifty Podcast features Dr. Len Annetta speaking about how his background growing up poor and how he’s now creating the next generation of creative science and technology leaders through serious games. Dr. Annetta is speaking to Center City Public Charter School in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Len Annetta , a professor at George Mason University and is a leader in the Serious Game movement and he and his team are already working with colleagues at Harvard University, the University of California at Los Angeles, and other major universities to create educationally focused games to enhance classroom learning.

Nifty Fifty is presented by InfoCom International, the force behind every audio visual experience.

The Nifty Fifty program brings science technology engineering and math professionals to schools throughout the National Capital Region to educate students about the real world of STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers in their future.

Nifty Fifty is a program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and we want to thank our founding and presenting host Lockheed Martin. To learn more about the Festival, and to take part in one of our upcoming programs, visit usasciencefestival.org

2015-04-14 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Dr. Frederic Bertley

This Nifty Fifty Podcast features Dr. Frederic Bertley speaking to high school children about the availability of STEM jobs, how much science impacts our lives, and the promising future of transportation, drinking water, medicine, and genomic science.

Dr. Bertley is the Senior Vice President of Science and Education at the Franklin Institute where he has made an impact in many areas, including addressing the lack of healthcare and basic vaccines in developing nations, student and adult mentorship, and science education outreach for mass consumption. Dr. Bertley is an internationally respected speaker and educator, having addressed distinguished institutions including The United Nations, The White House, the US Department of Interior, the National Academy of Sciences, and the National Science Foundation here in the U.S., as well as in Canada, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, and Africa.

Nifty Fifty is presented by InfoComm International, the force behind every audio visual experience.

Nifty Fifty is a program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and we want to thank our founding and presenting host Lockheed Martin. To learn more about the Festival, and to take part in one of our upcoming programs, visit usasciencefestival.org

2015-04-07 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Jordan Green, Ph.D.

This is the inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival Podcast, featuring Jordan Green, Ph.D. speaking to South River High School in Edgewater, MD.

Dr. Green talks about his work creating innovative technologies and therapeutics that can directly benefit human health as an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Ophthalmology, Neurosurgery, and Materials Science & Engineering at the Translational Tissue Engineering Center of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Green is employing techniques in cellular engineering and nano-biotechnology to develop effective drug and gene therapies to treat cancer and other medical conditions.

This podcast is part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival's Nifty Fifty Program, presented by InfoComm International. Read more about the Nifty Fifty Program at www.usasciencefestival.org.

2015-03-31 USA Science and Engineering Festival
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