On April 24, 2017 Space@Hopkins hosted Astronaut Dr. Kate Rubins to discuss experiments conducted aboard the International Space Station with a full auditorium in the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy.
During a Symposium sponsored by Space@Hopkins and the Johns Hopkins Parents Fund on April 15, 2017, Flight Surgeon Jon Clark discussed the way space-related research brings people together because the problems faced are universal.
The School of Medicine hosted the second Space@Hopkins social event, in the Upper Concourse of the Turner Building, On Tuesday April 4, 2017 from 4:30 to 6:00pm. This was an ideal opportunity to learn about the wide range of space-related research that is carried out across the entire University and to discuss your research with potential collaborators from other divisions/departments. We socialized and experienced interactive demonstrations from School of Medicine faculty.
The inaugural Space Law Conference held on March 30, 2017, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Outer Space Treaty was organized by the SAIS International Law Society & International Law and Organization Program. Key takeaways:
The first Space@Hopkins Annual Symposium was held between 2-6pm on November 2nd, 2016 in the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus. This exciting event highlighted the past, present and future of Space Science at Johns Hopkins and it’s affiliated institutions. From sending probes to planets, to ensuring the healthy return of our astronauts, Johns Hopkins is at the cutting edge of space research. Refreshments were provided.