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Opportunities For Canadian STEM Students To Attend European Space Agency (ESA) Conferences

7 January, 2017

If you’re a Canadian student studying science or engineering and would like to attend a European Space Agency (ESA) hosted conference in Canada, then apply now for this incredible opportunity.

Attending conferences is a great way to for students to ‘forge valuable ties with professionals and other students from all over the world who share their interests. Students will have a chance to talk to professionals, learn from their expertise and be exposed to the latest science discoveries from those missions’. Students will also be ‘full participants in the conferences, lending the workshops and plenary sessions a new energy and outlook that are greatly appreciated.’

Successful applicants will get the chance to attend The Fourth Swarm Science Meeting & Geodetic Missions Workshop, in March 2017, hosted by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Banff, Alberta and The North American Cryosat Science Meeting, in March 2017, also hosted by ESA in Banff, Alberta.

The deadline for applications is 27th January, 2017. Good luck! Click here for more information about the Student Participation Initiative and to apply.

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Rocket Women Announces Partnership With SPACEUP:UK

28 May, 2016
SPACEUP:UK 3-4th June, 2016 in London, UK

SPACEUP:UK 3-4th June, 2016 in London, UK

If you’re in the UK and looking to learn about the space industry, look no further than SPACEUP:UK 2016.

This ‘unconference’ taking place on 3-4th June at King’s College London is a fantastic opportunity to meet like-minded people and discuss fascinating topics including human spaceflight, exploration, satellites and space tourism. An “unconference”, also means that the attendees partly decide the topics in dedicated sessions and take an active part in joining in the debates.

“SpaceUp is a space unconference, where participants decide the topics, schedule, and structure of the event. Unconferences have been held about technology, science, transit, and even cupcakes, but this is the first one focused on space exploration.”
Excellent speakers in-between breakout sessions range from experts on planetary science to astrophysics, space medicine, art in science communication and supporting education in STEM, to current issues encountered with human spaceflight and satellite constellations. Rocket Women is proud to be a partner of SPACEUP:UK.

Book your ticket now for SPACEUP:UK here!

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Rocket Women Announces Partnership With The Space Innovation Congress

19 March, 2016
Space Innovation Congress, London, UK

Space Innovation Congress, London, UK

Rocket Women is excited to announce our partnership with the Space Innovation Congress, taking place on 7-8th April 2016 in London, UK. The congress will bring together the brightest international minds in space to discuss innovative advancements in space technology and how these are being applied to many industry verticals. With over 80 confirmed speakers including international astronauts, commercial space industry executives, respected academia, governmental organisations and space agency representatives, including ESA, NASA and the UK Space Agency, the 2-day conference is prime for high-level networking and discussions.

Entry to the Women In Aerospace (WIA) Breakfast on 8th April is included in the conference pass. Speakers at the WIA Breakfast include Dr.David Kendall (Chair UN COPUOS 2016-17), Simonetta Di Pippo (President, WIA-Europe, & Director, United Nation’s Office for Outer Space Affairs, former ESA Director of Human Spaceflight) and Prof.Chris Welch (Professor of Spacecraft Engineering – International Space University, VP – International Astronautical Federation).

An exclusive 20% discount is available for Rocket Women readers to attend this exciting event! Simply input the code space16rocketto your basket when purchasing tickets here. We look forward to meeting you at the Space Innovation Congress 2016!

For further information on the Space Innovation Congress visit: http://www.spaceinnovationcongress.com