International Space Station Program Scientist Julie Robinson to Speak With Media July 11 at the Marshall Center
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
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Julie Robinson is NASA’s program scientist for the International Space Station at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. As the chief scientist for the International Space Station Program, Robinson has overseen the transition of the laboratory from the assembly period, with just a few dozen active investigations, to full utilization, with hundreds of active investigations. She represents all space station users, including NASA-funded investigators, the new community of investigators using station as a National Laboratory, and the international research community. (NASA/JSC)
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