National Geographic: Technology in Exploration
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Scientists, innovators and adventurers discuss their experiences and how they work together with computing and technology. Part of Turing Festival.
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Scientists, innovators and adventurers discuss their experiences and how they work together with computing and technology.
From the search for life on other planets to understanding the source of the human journey here on Earth, National Geographic explorers are utilizing new fields of technology to explore our planet & beyond.
Since 1888 National Geographic has supported human exploration from the poles to the depths of the ocean and beyond, into space. The relationship between technology and human exploration is a fascinating one and the Turing Festival is proud to present you with a showcase of unique individuals who have each pushed the boundaries of human knowledge and experience. Scientists, innovators and adventurers from the front lines of exploration and conservation will share their experiences and discuss the role of computing and technology in their work.
Kevin Hand: Planetary Scientist, Astrobiologist & Explorer
Albert Yu-Min Lin Research Scientist, Engineer & Explorer
Bob Ballard: Ocean Explorer & Katy Croff: Archaeological Oceanographer
Spencer Wells: Geneticist
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