STAIF II (The Space Technology & Applications International Forum) will hold its annual conference in Albuquerque, beginning Thursday, April 16, at the MCM Elegante Hotel, featuring speakers on cutting edge space science, Mars exploration, gravity, UFOs and Tesla tech. The event continues through Saturday, April 18. Although technical in nature, the presentations by highly respected scientists and lay persons include ample time for discussion and audience participation. The organization welcomes all levels of knowledge and background with flexible registrations fees and scholarships for students and those on fixed incomes. STAIF II continues the work of the original conferences managed by the Institute of Space and Nuclear Power studies at the University of New Mexico. It fosters scientific innovation focused on Breakthrough Propulsion Technologies including Warp Drive, Nuclear Hybrid Reactors, Mars Colonization, and related topics. See http://staif2.org/about.html for information on the schedule, registration, and previous conference abstracts.
See http://www.americanantigravity.com/link/staif-ii and https://www.facebook.com/groups/americanantigravity/ for more on related groups that meet in Albuquerque.