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The NASA Student Launch is an annual competition that challenges student teams from middle school through graduate school to propose, design, build and test a reusable rocket that flies to 1 mile in altitude, deploys a recovery system and returns safely to the ground, while carrying a payload of scientific or engineering value. “The Vanderbilt Aerospace Design Lab team from Vanderbilt University claims top honors. Vanderbilt’s first-place finish is the team’s fourth win in the last five years.” Read more here.
(Note: If you’re interested in participating, the 2019 Student Launch Handbook will be available in late August 2018.)
Pictured at top: Oregon State University claimed Rookie Award honors and took sixth place overall. All images courtesy of NASA.
This summer, students and engineers collaborated across the globe to come up with solutions to some pressing problems. Thanks to A/V portals called Shared Studios, undergrads, grad students, and healthcare workers from Johns Hopkins University, American University in Beirut, and Boston University were able to collaborate as if they were in the same room. Over an intense four-day hackathon, they came up with advanced healthcare innovations for war-torn environments. Read more here.
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