STScI’s Engineering and Technology Colloquia Series Webcasts

Last week, I wrote a post about Michelle Borkin’s presentation on Astronomical Medicine and Beyond, part of the Space Telescope Science Institute’s (STScI) Engineering and Technology Colloquia Series. STScI archives and posts on-line all the presentations in this series. The talks go back to 2008 (with one earlier one dating to 2001), are generally given monthly or quarterly, and represent a rich source of information on many aspects of engineering and technology. The archive includes, where available,  abstracts, Power Point Slides, videos for download, and for the more recent presentations, webcasts.

Check out the archive; here are some of the talks that took my eye:

Chris Raimondi

Joel Parker  (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Tom Reed  (Nvidia Corporation)
Henry Petroski (Duke University)
Amanda Cox (New York Times)
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