Microduino with Nobel Laureate Steven Chu

Microduino with Nobel Laureate Steven Chu

Microduino was invited by CESASC (Chinese-American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California) to share the stage with esteemed persons such as Steven Chu (Nobel Laureate in Physics), Gene Block (UCLA Chancellor) and Henry Yang (UCSB Chancellor). It was a huge honor to present at such a wonderful event.

When Steven Chu was talking about climate change and clean energy, I was shocked that the last interglacial period (129,000 to 116,000 years ago), the average temperature was only 1 degree C warmer than today. However, the sea level was 6-9 meters higher than today which means many cities and even the Florida state are below the sea! Maybe Florida people don’t care because they don’t believe “climate change” anyways…

Our Microduino STEM section was a great success, too! People were impressed by our cool projects, especially by the “Spider Mobile”. After all, even for a Nobel Laureate, his foundation is still STEM!

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