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Barry Morgan speaks with EMSB robotics consultant Sara Iatauro and aerospace educator Brian Ewenson

Sara Iatauro and aerospace educator Brian Ewenson
Montreal - Friday, January 11, 2019

On the most recent edition of the English Montreal School Board podcast, Barry Morgan speaks with EMSB robotics consultant Sara Iatauro and aerospace educator Brian Ewenson, who visits EMSB schools as a guest speaker.

Ms. Iatauro was the chairman of the RoboCup International Competition and Symposium held in Montreal this past June.

Mr. Ewenson is a rocket scientist, astrophysicist and an elementary school teacher. He's worked with almost all of our top Canadian Astronauts. Together, they discuss space exploration, robotics and what the near future could look like.

Join us for a fascinating discussion where you will also hear about Mr. Ewenson's experience working for former astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth as an astronaut for NASA. Mr. Ewenson will also explain why so much time, effort and money are devoted to space programs. Will robots ever replace human athletes? Listen for that subject as well.

Here is the link: https://soundcloud.com/englishmtl/sara-iatoro-and-brian-ewenson-podcast

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