How is the game of science policy played? What’s the art of the trade? How does the sausage get made? Science policy expert David Goldston will give you the rundown at #AAS231.
Professor Lars Bildsten understand the values of change — stellar change, that is. Read more about his research and career before his keynote at #AAS231!
As Professor Robert Fisher says, “if Yoda had to summarize Type Ia supernovae, he might have said something like ‘the classical model is a theory that misread could have been.'” What is he talking about? Come to his #AAS231 talk to find out!
Professor Eric Becklin has spent fifty-four years doing infrared astronomy. Come to his #AAS231 talk to hear a little about what he’s learned over the years.
This bite lays out the Nashville Recommendations, from the Inclusive Astronomy meeting in 2015.
Come join us at our 1.5-hour workshop at #AAS231, which will cover the many ways that Astrobites can be used in your classroom!