Listen to our live interviews from our day at the Summer Science Fair put on by the Aspen Science Center.
President of the Aspen Science Center. He believes that we need more science education in this country for both kids and adults. He says that kids need to be able to explore in a hands-on way at their own pace, following their natural instincts and curiosity.
Principal engineer for Ball Corporation’s Aerospace division located in Boulder, Colorado. Josh was at the Science Fair demonstrating information on the James-Webb space telescope which he describes as the “next big space telescope” to be launched.
Paleontologist at the Ice Age Discovery Center In Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Snowmastodon Site is one of the largest fossil discoveries in Colorado history, the world’s most significant mastodon find, and a remarkably complete record of climate change between 140,000-45,000 years ago.
Dean of Communication, Art, & Media at Colorado Mountain College. He spent the day with us at the science fair demoing the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Samsung VR headsets.
More about Aspen Science Center:
The Aspen Science Center’s mission is:
“To advance the public understanding of science through lifelong discovery, exploration and education.”
“Science is an indispensable tool for understanding our world, becoming an informed citizen, and enriching people’s lives. In today’s world, each citizen must have a solid base in the understanding of, and appreciation for, scientific concepts and their essential role in the betterment of humankind.
The Aspen Science Center was formed to offer teachers, students, and the larger community a vital center of instruction in and exploration of science, and a resource for science literacy.”
Click on the link to learn more about Aspen Science Center!