Meeting of the minds at UC Davis for upcoming episode of Advancements television series.
JUPITER, Fla., Nov. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Advancements with Ted Danson went behind-the-scenes at UC Davis on Thursday, October 31st to learn about developments in blockchain education.
A new program at UC Davis aims to advance blockchain technology, while assisting University of California with the growing demand of students who are interested in learning about the burgeoning technology.
Advancements met with Dr. Mohammad Sadoghi, head of ExpoLab at UC Davis, who is leading the initiative, as well as Blockchain at Davis (BaD) President, Sach Samala, and Head Instructor John Long, to learn about the program and what led to its development.
Taking place on campus at Kemper Hall, Advancements producers got a behind-the-scenes look at BaD and learned how the student-run organization works to provide blockchain education and consulting services to the greater Sacramento region.
BaD aims to create an environment for people interested in Blockchain to come together and expand their knowledge through workshops, collaborations on competitions and projects, and guest speaker events.
Members include alumni, students, and community members from all backgrounds. The team consists of undergraduate students from a variety of backgrounds: Material Science, Computer Science, Economics, and more. BaD strives to provide a supportive community through its weekly events that educate on Blockchain technology. For more information, visit: w ww.blockchainatdavis.com.
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