Interested in hearing about unique applications of robotics technologies around the world? Check out this series of talks from WeRobotics Global, a meeting held June 1 at the Rockefeller Center in New York City. Ulyana was training with National Geographic that day and so recorded her presentation ahead of time:
Thanks to Science in the Wild team member, Benjamin Pothier, and the French HERVE team for this VR teaser using a 360 camera! Back in February, the SITW team went on a Mars analog expedition to the Atacama Desert and Ojos del Salado volcano in Chile.
Interested in our trips? We'll be posting on here about our Kilimanjaro expedition starting next week - follow us on our journey to the roof of Africa. And stay tuned for news on upcoming expeditions this fall and winter!
We've had an amazing time here in Iceland with National Geographic Student Expeditions! The photo, film, and science students produced captivating "On Assignment" projects and learned a lot during our 15 days in the field! It was a great joy to co-lead with Alex and Tasha, incredibly talented in their fields of photo and film; as well as to work with Gianluca Colla, talented photographer, drone filmmaker, and NatGeo expert on our expedition!