If you follow my blog and have at least skimmed over the content of the latest story, you will have realised that I do a lot of science communication and teaching work. Yet none of these things really fit my educational CV (that’s physics and management if you haven’t checked it out). Why?
It’s important – and about as fun as it gets. These are some of the students at this year’s European Space Camp, young people, mostly teenagers in fact, with their heads screwed on right, visiting Andøya Space Center and NAROM to build and launch their own rocket.
Next time you good folks of my generation and older think the young’uns don’t know anything, remember that that’s probably just a wrong thought to have. 🙂