Month: December 2017

BLOG: /r/astrobotany is Our Official Forum and SpaceX13 is Slated for December 12th Now

This is Kai Rasmussen’s blog.  He is the webmaster for astrobotany.com, and UW molecular biology research undergrad.  These are updates about the process, if you are interested. First off, shout-out Jonathan Lombardino, for encouraging astrobotany.com to create the /r/astrobotany subreddit on reddit.com.  I’ve had a lot of fun setting up the subreddit and creating flair …

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Strictly Business: 3 Companies Investing in Astrobotany

It’s never too early to start investing, and companies are already starting to expand their portfolios for astrobotany.  There are several good reasons for corporations to invest in growing plants in space.  It’s also worth noting that the companies we’ll be looking at today are all household names, whose products have nothing to do with …

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BLOG: We Should Let Kids Control Satellites from the Internet

This is Kai Rasmussen’s blog.  He is the webmaster for astrobotany.com, and UW molecular biology research undergrad.  These are updates about the process, if you are interested. Here at astrobotany.com, we’ve touched on some of the ways education is changing, and how educators are adjusting to best fit the needs of a new generation of …

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BLOG: Finally Learning How to Code, to do Interesting Things

This is Kai Rasmussen’s blog.  He is the webmaster for astrobotany.com, and UW molecular biology research undergrad.  These are updates about the process, if you are interested. it’s time to code It was time that I learned how to program.  Really, I’ve survived building astrobotany.com with wordpress and Isaac doing the coding.  I haven’t needed …

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