Supersonic flight. GPS. Space food. Big developments come out of the Air Force Research Laboratory. Lab Life brings you behind the scenes with the Air Force scientists, engineers and professionals who are developing tomorrow’s technology, today.
Lab Life - Episode 39: Who Leads the Unicorns?
Air Force Research Laboratory Commander Brig. Gen. Heather Pringle discusses the power of the scientific method, AFRL unicorns, Space Force Guardians, and more.
Lab Life - Episode 38: DSTL, Wind Tunnels and COVID-19 Safety
Leslie Flocken joins us on the podcast to discuss the fascinating wind tunnel work she does with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory in the UK and the research her team's done to promote safety in the workplace during COVID-19.
Lab Life - Episode 36: The 4-1-1 on Quantum, N.Y. and Tomato Pie
Dr. Michael Hayduk joins us to discuss the amazing work at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Information Directorate, the city of Rome, NY, and of course, tomato pie!
Lab Life - Episode 35: Building STEM Education, Brick-by-Brick
Dan Andrews is the K - 12 Science, Techonology, Engineering and Mathematics, aka STEM, Team Lead for Wright Patterson Air Force Base's Education Outreach Program. He joins us to discuss what his work entails, robotics competitions and how important LEGOs are to STEM Education.
Lab Life – Episode 34: Space Force, Tortoises and Steve Carell
Dr. Shawn Phillips joins us to discuss just what really goes down at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Rocket Propulsion Division on Edwards Air Force Base, and he wants you to know it’s definitely not alien related. Listen in to learn about his position as the Deputy Chief of the RPD, his thoughts on the new TV show "Space Force" and his love of writing sci-fi fantasy novels!
Lab Life - Episode 32: Connecting Sensors and Shooters
Major Camdon Cady and Dr. David Deprospero discuss getting the right information to the right decision maker at the right time. Their team created the Advanced Battle Management System DeviceOne SecureView platform that allows users to remotely access classified networks – from wherever they need – including their homes.