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In space engineering, Bradley C. Edwards is the president and founder of Carbon Designs Inc. which specializes in producing a safer and cheaper way of transporting explorers into space. He received funding from NIAC from 2001 to 2003 to write a paper proposing a way in which one could be built. He also wrote two books on the subject. In these documents and a 2005 interview with Space.com, Edwards estimated that price per pound of launching into low-earth orbit could be reduced to 100th the cost of Shuttle missions.
Edwards spent eleven years working at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, researching advanced space technologies. He attempted a number of ventures associated with the space elevator concept before spending six years as a senior engineer at Sea-Bird Electronics, an oceanographic company. He has recently started a new company to develop carbon nanotube technology.