13th July 2023
Like to travel to Mars - without having to leave home?
We are excited to extend an invitation to young girls residing in London to participate in our exclusive Human Habitat on Mars virtual course this summer. This unique opportunity aims to commemorate and honour the scientific achievement of the first Moon landing in July 1969 while igniting the curiosity and passion of the participants.
On that momentous day, July 20th, 1969, Commander Neil Armstrong and Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin etched their names in history as the first human beings to set foot on the Moon. Since that extraordinary feat, only ten other individuals have been fortunate enough to experience the awe-inspiring journey to another celestial body. With the rapid advancements in technology and astronomical science, the prospects of humans exploring and potentially inhabiting other planets within our solar system in the future are becoming increasingly promising.
Our Human Habitat on Mars virtual course serves as a platform to introduce students to this captivating field and instil a sense of wonder and possibility in their minds. This virtual course spans three enlightening days, during which students will delve into three key subjects: Aeronautical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Computer Science in the context of the year 2050. Esteemed academics from City, University of London will guide the students through a fascinating exploration of rocket technology, shedding light on the intricate mechanisms behind space travel. Furthermore, they will delve into the physiological implications and challenges of residing on Mars, providing valuable insights into the human body's adaptation to extraterrestrial environments.
In addition to these captivating topics, students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Quantum Computing, unravelling the boundless potential it holds for our daily lives, both on Earth and on Mars. By understanding the fundamentals of this cutting-edge technology, participants will gain an appreciation for its transformative power and its role in shaping the future of space exploration.
By offering this virtual course, we aim to inspire and empower the next generation of space engineers, fostering their curiosity and passion from the comfort of their own homes. We believe that by providing young girls with the tools, knowledge, and exposure to such captivating subjects, we can contribute to a future where gender equality and diversity thrive in the field of space exploration.
Join us on this incredible journey as we embark on a quest to understand and unlock the mysteries of the cosmos. To book on one of the last few places please click here.