23 min

Dr. Alex Filippenko - The Practical Uses of Quantum Physics STEAM-Cast

    • Science

Part Two of our conversation with astrophysicist Dr. Alex Filippenko, chair of UC-Berkeley’s astronomy department. He and Dan talk about the discovery of gravitational waves (yay, Einstein!) and the practical uses of quantum physics.




STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
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Part Two of our conversation with astrophysicist Dr. Alex Filippenko, chair of UC-Berkeley’s astronomy department. He and Dan talk about the discovery of gravitational waves (yay, Einstein!) and the practical uses of quantum physics.




STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

23 min

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