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Skyrocketing to Success: 5 Questions with CEO and Founder of Capella Space

In just eight short years, alumnus Payam Banazadeh skyrocketed from a passionate high school student sitting in an astronomy class to becoming the founder and CEO of Capella Space, the first commercial space company to launch and operate Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites.

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Manuel Rausch Wins NIH R01 to Make Way for Early Intervention of Tricuspid Valve Leakage

Manuel Rausch has received a prestigious R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health in the amount of $3.9M. He will use the funding to lead a study of the heart’s tricuspid valve to better understand functional tricuspid valve regurgitation (FTR) – a condition that causes leakage of the valve located between the right atrium and the right ventricle of the heart.

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ASE alumna Jessica Vos, crew systems engineer for NASA's Orion program under the Artemis campaign, talks about getting humans back to the Moon - and eventually - to Mars in this KTOO piece.

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Thomas J.R. Hughes Receives Two Major Awards

Thomas J.R. Hughes has been recognized for his remarkable career with two major awards from the City University of Hong Kong and Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Space Tech Entrepreneurship

Introducing the new Space Tech Graduate Specialization for M.S. and Ph.D. students, which is open to all technical areas and comprised of topics in aerospace tech, with a solid foundation in business and entrepreneurship.

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