The annual event is held simultaneously in cities around the planet. Last year, New York City and Palo Alto, California, served as the two Mainstage cities…Read More
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Creative minds are hitting the ground running to get ready for the International NASA Space Apps Challenge.
WZDX News caught up with folks at a workshop for it who are learning how to use NASA's public data. They're especially excited because, as we learned Tuesday, Huntsville beat out major cities to be the one broadcast around the world in the competition…Read More
"In year's past main stage cities have included Silicon Valley and New York City. Our event will be live streamed by the international NASA space apps challenge channel. Last year, I believe their stream reached over 40 million people.
This will place Rocket City on a global platform for innovators around the world to learn about Huntsville's legacy as the Rocket City," said Urban Engine Executive Director Toni Eberhart…Read More
Hal Brewer, co-founder and chair of Intuitive Research and Technology – one of the event’s presenters, said this is a chance for businesses to take part for team building and “international exposure.”
In fact, he called out some local companies to answer the challenge.
“It’s a great opportunity to foster STEM research,” Brewer said. “If you sponsor this, you’re going to be getting international exposure.”Read More