Dr. Griffin delivered the Loewy Lecture in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, hosted by the Science, Technology, and International Affairs Program.
Michael Griffin talked about NASA’s efforts to work with other countries on space exploration projects, spurring greater collaboration, not competition. Topics included the work on the 16-nation International Space Station, and the replacement of the U.S. Space Shuttles. After his presentation Dr. Griffin responded to audience members' questions.
Dr. Griffin delivered the Loewy Lecture in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, hosted by the Science, Technology, and International Affairs Program. close
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