Measurement Technology NW Introduces a New High Resolution 12-Zone Thermal Foot Test System2014-07-29
| Accurately measure the thermal performance and thermal comfort of socks, shoes, boots, and winter sport footwear in test conditions ranging from -40 degree C to +40 degree C.
"Graying" Population of Infertility Patients Brings New Challenges to Medical Practice and Society, Study at Center for Human Reproduction Finds2014-07-28
| A recent study at New York infertility clinic CHR discovered that nationwide, women seeking infertility treatment are older than they were 10 years ago.
The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On2014-07-23
| The Cardio Ox investigation will look at how oxidative stress and inflammation caused by conditions of spaceflight affect astronaut hearts for up to five years after astronauts fly on the International Space Station.
Space Station Researcher Guides Aim to Maximize Science2014-07-22
| The International Space Station Program Science Office's new 15-book Researcher's Guide Series launched online on May 14 with three books already available for download and online viewing.
Genetic Blueprint of Bread Wheat Genome Unveiled2014-07-18
| Last step before full genome sequence.
Space Safety Magazine Unveils Special Report on Malaysia Airlines Flight 3702014-07-15
| Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Illuminates the Links Between Air and Space
Preparing for Mars with MarsTrac; the Open Source Construction Rover Begins in Arizona; Team Leader to Present at International Conference2014-07-15
| Students at ASU developing Mars Construction Tractor will begin testing in the Southwest desert this winter. Group identifies critical needs in space exploration and development, then work to create the backbone of an industrial ecology for Mars.
SpaceTek Signs MOU with Excalibur Almaz2014-07-15
| SpaceTek Corporation signs Memorandum of Understanding with Excalibur Almaz Limited for future joint venture to operate a private Space Station
Orbital Sciences' Second Mission Delivers Delights to Space Station2014-07-11
| Satellites, Girl Scouts and good ole Charlie Brown highlight Orbital Sciences Corporation's second commercial resupply voyage to the International Space Station. Orbital-2 will deliver new scientific investigations to the space station.
Gamry Instruments Launches New Non-Commercialized Website2014-07-11
| Gamry has launched a new informative website, Electrochemistry Resources, a portal for all electrochemistry information.
LabTV Filmmakers Generate Role Models from Yale University's Medical Researchers2014-07-10
| Young scientists inspire new generations by sharing passion in video profiles.
Arlen Van Draanen and Richard Martinez Present at Alternative Energy Advisors Geothermal Energy Conference2014-07-09
| Arlen Van Draanen, Richard Martinez discuss global geothermal energy development at Alternative Energy Advisors Geothermal Partners Conference.
From Antibiotics to Yeast: Latest Student Science Heads For Space2014-07-08
| Mission 5 of the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station on July 11. A total of 1,344 proposals yielded 15 selected investigations for the flight.
Where CNN Went Wrong in Promoting Time-lapse Photography as a Revolutionary New Technology to Improve IVF Outcomes2014-07-07
| CHR investigators examine the efficacy of embryoscopy, a closed embryo incubation system, and urge patients to be wary of unfounded marketing claims of improved IVF pregnancy rates, especially in light of its high cost and lack of clinical evidence.
Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space) Flight2014-07-04
| A study led by Deborah Kimbrell, Ph.D., at the University of California, Davis and her collaborators, suggests that normal gravity or hypergravity on the space station may help mitigate some of the biological problems in organisms living in space.
Elliott Broidy Provides Scholarships to Further Stem Cell Research2014-07-03
| Elliott Broidy is taking a local approach to ensuring the future of an international issue. The philanthropist recently sponsored bright students from across his native Los Angeles to attend a summer camp that conducts stem cell research.
LabTV Harnesses University of Colorado, Boulder's Talent in Film, Medical Research2014-07-02
| New Generation's Challenges Tackled with Researchers of Disease, Student Films
Space-tested Robot Inspires Medicine and Manufacturing Uses2014-06-30
| Humans doing difficult, repetitive tasks or those who need assistance with movement may soon get a helping hand - literally - thanks to robotic technology developed to serve astronauts in space.