If you missed yesterday’s webcast about the NASA Make: Challenge, check out the video here. You can also read the chat transcript, full of relevant links. Dale Dougherty chats with experts Kris Kimel, Twyman Clements, and James Kuhl.
MAKE is happy to announce that we’re partnering with Teachers in Space and NASA’s Emerging Commercialization Space Office (ECSO) to organize the first MAKE Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to develop inexpensive science kits that can be built in a classroom and then sent on-board suborbital flights to conduct experiments. The NASA MAKE Challenge promises to take advantage of DIY innovations to expand the number of experiments that are able to fly and increase our knowledge of space.