Ep. 10 | Solving Climate Change on Earth: Sensing Technologies, Ocean Exploration, and Scientific Collaboration
In this episode we talk with Pablo Sobron, Founder/Sensing Wizard at Impossible Sensing, and Research Scientist at the SETI Institute. Pablo discusses new sensing technologies that will map the ocean floor, and other harsh environments where these technologies can be applied to inform innovative climate change solutions. Listen to how his team of thinkers, engineers, and scientists create, apply, and interpret research and development to help address climate change on Earth.
Dr. Pablo Sobron
Founder/Sensing Wizard at Impossible Sensing and Research Scientist at the SETI Institute
Dr. Pablo Sobron leads a team of scientists and engineers at Impossible Sensing in building sensors to explore and study the deep sea and deep space. Their innovations in optics and deep analytics are used to search for life on other planets and resources on the Moon, survey biodiversity and clean-tech minerals in the seafloor, measure and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector, introduce climate-smart land management practices, and monitor indicators of climate change at global scale. As a Research Scientist at the SETI Institute, Sobron is helping NASA develop a roadmap for the next decades of Astrobiology and Planetary Science.
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