August 6, 2021 / Modified aug 11, 2021 5:49 p.m.

Episode 289: Building a business to help detect signals from space.

A University of Arizona researcher combined his interest in engineering and science into a company that helps build radio telescope attennas.

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Building a business to help detect signals from space

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University of Arizona researcher Justin Hyatt spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

A University of Arizona researcher combined his interest in engineering and science into a company that helps build radio telescope antennas for space scientists. Justin Hyatt is one of the creators of a UA-backed tech startup that curves metal panels for large dish receivers.

Justin Hyatt spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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