I Always Wanted To
Listen And Subscribe
Go Into Outer Space
Annie Handmer is a PhD Candidate at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Science, in the School of History and Philosophy of Science. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Philosophy, with Honours in History and Philosophy of Science, also from the University of Sydney. Annie’s research focuses on science and technology studies and the sociology of science in extreme environments. Annie also tutors an undergraduate subject called ‘Science, Ethics, and Society’ at the University of Sydney. In addition to her academic studies, she is on the Advisory Council for the Space Industry Association of Australia, a member of the Space Generation Advisory Council and of the ‘Ethics and Human Rights in Space’ Project Group, the History of Science Society, the Australia and New Zealand Space Law Interest Group, the Aerospace Futures Committee, the Australian Youth Aerospace Association, and is also the host and creator of the Space Junk Podcast. Where to find me: Instagram / Twitter - @anniehandmer My podcast: The Space Junk Podcast online (https://thespacejunkpod.fireside.fm/) My videos: http://www.youtube.com/c/SpaceJunkPodcast Patreon (support the podcast): https://www.patreon.com/thespacejunkpod Resources Annie mentions: Future Problem Solving International: https://www.fpspi.org/ Space Generation Advisory Council: https://spacegeneration.org/ Mars Desert Research Station: http://mdrs.marssociety.org/ Zooniverse People-Powered Research: https://www.zooniverse.org/ https://spacenews.com/ Dylan O'Donnell Astrophotography: https://youtu.be/oorQAYe_KcM Alice Gorman: https://twitter.com/drspacejunk
About I Always Wanted To
Originally a podcast for women who long to try something bold but need some encouragement, now we're looking at how we're making the most of our time while we're social isolation. I interview people are learning, creating, or attempting things they've been putting off because they didn't have the time. What's on your Maybe Someday list? Please share with us what you're working on. Access more episodes, subscribe, and learn more.