[LIVE EVENT] Students at NASA DEVELOP Present Findings with Q&A on Elephant Habitats and Climate Change in Bhutan

The next generation of innovators is already here! 

This summer, nine talented students from Bhutan got the chance to learn about satellite technology, coding, and scientific research as fellows in the first-ever all-Bhutanese cohort of the NASA Develop program in partnership with the Bhutan Foundation. 

Join us this Monday, August 17 at 1 PM EDT (12 PM CT | 11 PM Bhutan) to learn more about the first all-Bhutanese cohort at NASA DEVELOP and their discoveries during the ten-week program! Both teams, whose research projects delve into elephant habitats and climate change in Bhutan, will be presenting their findings followed by a Q&A with leaders from the Bhutan Foundation, NASA, and UTEP.

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