Do you ever feel like you don't have a rocket scientist around to get answers when you need it? Well, STEM Radio is pleased to announce that we're going to have one on the air to talk about how rockets and satellites work!
Please join us as we ask Jim Migas some of the most fascinating topics on rockets, satellites and space. Migas has worked for some of the biggest aerospace companies in the world for longer than most of us have been alive! So, tell your friends and subscribe on iTunes.
Do you have questions you'd like to ask? Submit them in the comments below or send us a message and we'll read it on the air!
Ever wonder how your Xbox Kinect can see and track you? Did you know that the same technology can be used to enhance airport security? Learn about the fascinating topic of Computer Vision on STEM Radio as we interview Dr. Deva Ramanan of the University of California in Irvine.
Listed as one of Popular Science Magazine's Brilliant 10 of 2012, Dr. Ramanan takes us through the history of Vision, where we are today, and where we're going next. This is one episode you're not going to want to miss!
Music: "I Remember" by Deadmau5 & Kaskade
In this first episode of our series "Pioneers of Technology", we present Steve Jobs. His name has become synonymous with entrepreneur, but he was also an incredible innovator and visionary. In this show, Vimal Gopal takes an in-depth view of this technology legend, from his early days as the CEO of Apple to his days at NeXT Technologies and beyond. We'll also discuss what Apple's next big product might be and when you can get your hands on it. Get ready to be amazed, dazzled and inspired!