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Entrepreneurs take aim at suborbital science

Original post made on May 24, 2013

It was the classic Silicon Valley "hackathon" scene in the Mountain View Hacker Dojo -- with bright-eyed young people fiddling with an open-source software program and others huddling to talk about science and engineering. What made it different was the subject: everyman science experiments in space.

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Posted by where are the women?
a resident of Midtown
on May 26, 2013 at 6:07 am

gee all those bright people and no women ... what are we doing to encourage the whole universe of talents?


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