Scientists and engineers busy at work on their projects struggle to find time to make the invaluable contribution of sharing discoveries and new technology.
In the video above, please reference 11:28 –15:27 for insights on when you should share what you have learned from your project. In this segment from Masters with Masters 28, Carol Ginty, Project Manager, Evolvable Cryogenics (eCryo) Project, Space Technology Project Office, explains her ideas on pushing new discoveries and technology to the public.
A lot of new technology and discoveries come from the work done on projects. To make this new technology known, project members must network with the colleagues in their field who would be interested in its application by holding workshops, attending conferences and publishing research to get the technology to the field where it will be utilized.
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