Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Imagining Humans on Mars

Dennis Chamberland, a bioengineer, scientist, writer, explorer and aquanaut, will be speaking to STU students, faculty and staff about the quest for the permanent human settlement of Mars. Chamberland’s career spans working as a nuclear engineer to developing advanced life support systems for Moon and Mars bases, as well as many scientific articles, papers and journal publications. He is a leading expert on undersea habitation, and has spent more than 30 days living and working undersea.

The lecture titled “Surprising Advances in the Human Settlement of Mars” will take place in the Main Library Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 11 a.m. The lecture is part of STU’s Main Library’s Popular Culture Series, which explores diverse facets and features of pop culture.

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