Join NASA’s chief scientist Dr Nicola Fox at the 10th Annual Edith Morley Seminar hosted by the School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences on 28 September to uncover the secrets of the universe. The scientist leading NASA’s missions to uncover the secrets of the universe will share her story and experiences as Associate Administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate.
Dr Fox leads a portfolio of around 100 scientific missions for the Agency. From understanding the impact of space hurricanes to exploring the possibility of benefiting from untapped lunar resources, her work seeks to protect and improve life on Earth, and in space. Originally from the UK, Dr Fox studied Physics at Imperial College London and the University of Surrey. She joined NASA in 2018 as the Science Mission Directorate’s Director of the Heliophysics Division, before being appointed Associate Administrator at the NASA Directorate in February this year.