Talking about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the space industry has become more common, which is incredible, since it means change can star...View Details

The image of a scientist is viewed differently in different cultures, where in some, a scientist is considered someone who only conducts rigorous rese...View Details

A struggle to obtain resources for high level education and outreach is not just a problem for developing countries, but also in segregated areas with...View Details

What started as a rock and mineral collection hobby and love geology led to a dedicated journey to pursuing a career in planetary science research. In...View Details

Kristen graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in astrophysics in 2016. There she found her passion for optics and space instrumentati...View Details

In this episode, we speak with Thomas Sears who is currently a Ph.D. student and Vanier Scholar researching robotics at Queen’s University in Kingston...View Details

In this episode, we speak with fellow Western Space alumni Dr. Raymond Francis. Raymond holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the U...View Details

In this episode, we speak with Kelsey Doerksen who is a Space Systems engineer at Planet on the Mission Operations team, operating the world’s largest...View Details

In this episode, we are going to be taking a trip to the UK, my home country. We speak with Myles Johnson who is a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin...View Details

The academic and commercial side of the space sector have their own pros and cons, and finding out which is the right fit for you can be challenging. ...View Details

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