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Saturday, July 15 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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From Nanotechnology to Neuroscience, from NASA to Nuclear Engineering, how has science changed and what do we have to look forward to in the 21st Century?


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Paula S. Jordan

Science Guest
Paula S Jordan writes moderately hard, character-driven science fiction, with three stories published in Analog, including her novelette “Vooorh,” Jul/Aug 2014. She’s now at work on the fourth draft of her first novel, the present-day alien contact story of a resourceful, small-town group of friends who join with a centuries-old alien-watch group to defend friendly aliens and humans alike from a deadly anti-human faction of the alien species. Working title: The Seas and the Stars. | | In her previous work as a NASA orbit analyst, Paula supported 30+ satellite missions, including Clementine, the first to detect water on the moon. | Visit her web site at PaulaSJordan.com, on... Read More →

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Jim Beall

Science Guest
Jim Beall (BS-Math, MBA, PE) has been a nuclear engineer for over 40 years, a war gamer for over 50, and an avid reader of science fiction for even longer.  His experience in nuclear engineering and power systems began as a naval officer, shortly after surviving one of Admiral... Read More →
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Randall Hayes

Science Guest
Randall Hayes, Ph.D., your friendly neighborhood neuroscientist, co-organizes the Greensboro Science Cafe, where we corner -- ah, informally interview -- a working scientist at Gibb's Hundred Brewing every month, as well as an ongoing science book club at Scuppernong Books.  Check them out at... Read More →
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Dr. Daniel Herr

Science Guest
Dr. Herr is a pioneer in collaborative nanotechnology research, development, manufacturing and innovative supply chain management. He serves as UNC-Greensboro’s professor and Nanoscience Department Chair at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) in Greensboro, North Carolina. He leads a highly collaborative and transdisciplinary team that explores foundational nanoscience platforms and addresses emerging, high impact More-than-Moore (MtM) application opportunities. Current research platforms include nanobioelectronics, nanoenergy, computational nanotechnology, nanometrology, nanobiology/medicine, functional self-assembled nanomaterials, biomimetic systems and sustainability. He also continues to serve as Adjunct Associate Professor in Materials Science and Engineering at North Carolina State University, where he co-teaches a graduate level course on The Materials Science of Nanoelectronics. He also directs North... Read More →
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Paula S. Jordan

Science Guest
Paula S Jordan writes moderately hard, character-driven science fiction, with three stories published in Analog, including her novelette “Vooorh,” Jul/Aug 2014. She’s now at work on the fourth draft of her first novel, the present-day alien contact story of a resourceful, small-town group of friends who join with a centuries-old alien-watch group to defend friendly aliens and humans alike from a deadly anti-human faction of the alien species. Working title: The Seas and the Stars. | | In her previous work as a NASA orbit analyst, Paula supported 30+ satellite missions, including Clementine, the first to detect water on the moon. | Visit her web site at PaulaSJordan.com, on... Read More →
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Gopal Metro (Gild the Mourn)

Guitarist/Engineer, Gild the Mourn
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Stephen J. Simmons

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Stephen J. Simmons was raised by a feral pack of English teachers in a tiny hamlet in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York, and went to high school in Albany.  He spent twenty-one years in the Navy, both as a nuclear operator on five fast-attack submarines and as an instructor in both of the Navy's nuclear power training... Read More →


Saturday July 15, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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