UTS Student, Gary Redman, has been announced as the winner of NASA’s Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition.
July 22nd, 2008
Gary Redman has been announced as the winner of NASA’s Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition.
Redman is in his third year of the Bachelor of Design in Industrial Design at the University of Technology, Sydney, and is the first Australian to ever win this competition.
He took up the challenge by NASA to design the next generation, 21st Century, “DC-3” type aircraft, up against students across the world, most working in teams of up to eight.
As a result of his win, Gary will be flown by UTS to a NASA conference in Georgia, USA, to present his idea to NASA staff, industry representatives and academia.
Go Gary, Go.
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