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Science for Breakfast with Shawna Pandya
October 25 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating until October 25, 2020
So…Space is Trying to Kill You!? Microgravity. Radiation. Isolation. Let’s face it – space is trying to kill us. So what does it really take to send people to the LEO, the Moon, Mars and beyond, and more importantly, how do we go from surviving…to thriving? In this engaging and informative talk, Dr. Shawna Pandya talks about the medical and health challenges we face as we send humans to increasingly distant and ambitious locales in space, the technologies that will get us there, and the less-often discussed aspects of human spaceflight – like how not to get voted off the Habitat, the challenges of reproduction in spaceflight, and what we are learning from emerging research on the International Space Station. Dr. Pandya ends by discussing future-looking concepts in space medicine, such as building permanent medical capabilities off-Earth, the science fiction technologies that will need to become reality in order to get us there…and how we will prepare for the first Moon-demic.
Event: This is an in person event with a live speaker.
Capacity: Due to physical distancing measures in place there will be a limit of 40 tickets.
Breakfast: Guests will receive a hot, plated breakfast:
Spinach, mushroom, & herb pesto, crispy Alberta bacon, hash browns, seasonal fruit (garlic-free, gluten-free, dairy-free)
If you would prefer one of the following options instead, please note your selection in the “additional comments” section or email email@example.com at least 1 week prior to the event date.
Vegan Breakfast Bowl
Black bean, spinach, & tomato, avocado & hemp hearts, hash browns, seasonal fruit (vegan, garlic-free, gluten-free, dairy-free)
Cheddar cheese, chorizo sausage, tomato hash browns and seasonal fruit
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