Gamry Instruments to Exhibit at EUROCORR 20142014-08-30
| Gamry Instruments is proud to be an exhibitor at EUROCORR 2014, the annual event of the European Federation of Corrosion
ACEs are High with Space Station Colloidal Research2014-08-26
| ACE-M-1, the first in a series of such investigations aboard the space station, was designed to help researchers understand how to use small colloidal particles as stabilizers in products. The goal: to improve shelf-life stability.
Microgravity Research Breaks Down How to Build Better Bones2014-08-25
| The nature of bone loss acceleration in space provides an opportunity for research, which has already factored into preclinical pharmaceutical trials to develop medications to help with bone health on Earth.
Team Challenge and the Fight to Beat Crohn's Disease2014-08-24
| Team Challenge & Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America host different events to fund the fight for a cure for Crohn's Disease & Colitis.
Space Station Inspired Robot to Help Heal Sick Children2014-08-22
| Space-inspired robotics are lending a helping arm to pediatric doctors for children who require intensive surgical care. The same companies which developed the robotic arms that helped build the space station have now created a new research platform.
ChoiceSpine 510K Approval: LANCER Pedicle Screw System2014-08-21
| ChoiceSpine, a Knoxville, TN based spine company, announced today that it has received U.S. FDA 510(k) clearance for the LANCER Pedicle Screw System.
Students See World From Station Crew's Point of View2014-08-19
| The Sally Ride Earth Knowledge Acquired by Middle School Students (EarthKAM) program provides a unique educational opportunity, allowing students to photograph and analyze our planet from the perspective of the International Space Station.
Study Reveals Immune System is Dazed and Confused During Spaceflight2014-08-19
| Spaceflight may temporarily alter the immune system of crew members flying long duration missions aboard the International Space Station.
Space Station Sharper Images of Earth at Night Crowdsourced For Science2014-08-15
| Citizen scientists can now help catalog night imagery of Earth taken by astronauts on the International Space Station to help save energy, contribute to better human health and safety and improve our understanding of atmospheric chemistry.
Monitoring Meteor Showers from Space2014-08-14
| Planned for launch on Orbital Sciences' third commercial resupply flight to the space station, the Meteor investigation will help scientists better understand asteroids and comets crossing Earth's orbit and how these objects affect our planet.
NASA's Space Station Fix-it Demo for Satellites Gets Hardware for 2.0 Update2014-08-13
| In its second phase of activities, the Robotic Refueling Mission will move past its refueling roots to test out the inspection capabilities of a new space tool called the Visual Inspection Poseable Invertebrate Robot.
Astrological Terms Hiding Everywhere in Plain Sight2014-08-11
| The English language has many words whose etymology is derived from astrology
Student Scientists Present Unexpected Results from Space Station Research2014-08-07
| 29 student teams presented research results at the 2014 Student Spaceflight Experiments Program National Conference held in early July at the Smithsonian.
Dr. Ehab Ibrahim Hanna Demonstrates Expertise in The Field of Internal Medicine2014-08-05
| Dr. Ehab Ibrahim Hanna, an expert physician dealing with complex medical problems and multiple chronic medical conditions at The Vine Medical Center
Final Flight of European Space Vehicle to Space Station Goes Out With a "Big Bang"2014-08-02
| The fifth and final mission of the European Space Agency Automated Transfer Vehicle, named for Belgian physicist Georges Lemaitre, the father of the big-bang theory, launched July 29 and is delivering new research to the International Space Station.
IT'S ABOUT TIME Forms New Board of Advisors with STEM Education Pioneer Arthur Eisenkraft as Founding Member2014-08-01
| Leading STEM educational publisher announces the formation of a new Board of Advisors, with notable STEM education advocate Arthur Eisenkraft, PhD, as its first board member.