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LiberCloud, LLC Is Taking Tech for Teachers Global with Its Launch in Europe
LiberCloud, LLC Is Taking Tech for Teachers Global with Its Launch in Europe
2015-01-13 | LiberCloud, the first and only content management and collaboration platform for teachers and students, announces the launch of its new office in London.
Youth Genius Contributes to Physics, Medical Science, and Offers Resolution towards Government Finance-- Claims to a CAD of Non-fuel Electricity Generator, Having Initiated Petitions in Past
Youth Genius Contributes to Physics, Medical Science, and Offers Resolution towards Government Finance-- Claims to a CAD of Non-fuel Electricity Generator, Having Initiated Petitions in Past
2015-01-08 | Aerial Spray for Ebola, Reversal of Paralysis, Warning on Coding, Coin Loop-hole, Validation of Pre-determination, Inertia Canceling, Feeling Bionic Limbs, Expression of Physical Time, Explanation of Placebo and Religious interpretation, Initiated...
Dr. Elliot Eisenberg to be RBI Chief Economist
Dr. Elliot Eisenberg to be RBI Chief Economist
2015-01-08 | Eisenberg will analyze and interpret the wealth of data available through RBI for professionals and their customers and clients.
Cities and Counties Nationwide Designated at Citizen Engaged Communities
Cities and Counties Nationwide Designated at Citizen Engaged Communities
2014-12-23 | Public Technology Institute (PTI) is pleased to announce the city and county governments designated as Citizen-Engaged Communities for 2014-2016.
Lights, Camera, Artificial Gravity! The Premiere of NASA's Fruit Fly Lab
Lights, Camera, Artificial Gravity! The Premiere of NASA's Fruit Fly Lab
2014-12-18 | The most advanced system to date for studying fruit flies in space, NASA's Fruit Fly Lab, is making its debut aboard the International Space Station.
Fifth SpaceX Mission Lets the CATS Out on the International Space Station
Fifth SpaceX Mission Lets the CATS Out on the International Space Station
2014-12-18 | The Cloud-Aerosol Transport System, and new research including flatworms, wearable technology, an external radiation monitor and tools to use the station as a microbial observatory will head to the orbiting outpost on the fifth SpaceX mission.
OPALS: Light Beams Let Data Rates Soar
OPALS: Light Beams Let Data Rates Soar
2014-12-15 | On the International Space Station, the Optical Payload for Lasercomm Science is demonstrating how laser communications can speed up the flow of information between Earth and space, compared to radio signals.
Building a Worldwide Genetic Library BRIC-by-BRIC
Building a Worldwide Genetic Library BRIC-by-BRIC
2014-12-15 | NASA is laying a strong foundation of life science research with results from a recent investigation on the space station called BRIC-19, one in a series of Biological Research in Canisters investigations.
Microgravity Helping Us Understand Immune System's Tiny Warriors
Microgravity Helping Us Understand Immune System's Tiny Warriors
2014-12-09 | InSPACE experiments in space help to understand the fundamental science around directed self-assembly. Researchers hope to better define new methods of manufacturing materials composed of small colloidal or nano-particle building blocks.
Buckle Up for More Big News From InSPACE's Nano-world
Buckle Up for More Big News From InSPACE's Nano-world
2014-12-09 | With the InSPACE experiments, the idea is to understand the fundamental science around directed self-assembly. Researchers hope to better define new methods of manufacturing materials composed of small colloidal or nano-particle building blocks.
International Space Station Enables Interplanetary Space Exploration
International Space Station Enables Interplanetary Space Exploration
2014-12-05 | From life support systems to growing plants in space, the space station continues to drive human exploration for missions beyond low-Earth orbit.
NASA Completes Rodent Research-1 Operations on the International Space Station
NASA Completes Rodent Research-1 Operations on the International Space Station
2014-11-28 | With the successful completion of mission operations for Rodent Research-1, NASA has brought an important new biological research capability into space.
Open for Business: 3-D Printer Creates First Object in Space on International Space Station
Open for Business: 3-D Printer Creates First Object in Space on International Space Station
2014-11-28 | The International Space Station's 3-D printer has manufactured the first 3-D printed object in space, paving the way to future long-term space expeditions.
Time in Space Exposes Materials to the Test of Time
Time in Space Exposes Materials to the Test of Time
2014-11-25 | To understand how different materials perform in low Earth orbit, researchers designed the Materials International Space Station Experiment, a series of flight investigations mounted to the exterior of the International Space Station.
3-D Printer Powered Up on the International Space Station
3-D Printer Powered Up on the International Space Station
2014-11-21 | This week, NASA took a big step toward changing the way we plan for long-duration space voyages when astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore successfully installed and prepared the first 3-D printer for upcoming manufacturing operations on the space station.
Researching the Physics of Cooling Liquid Metals Adds Levity to Space Station
Researching the Physics of Cooling Liquid Metals Adds Levity to Space Station
2014-11-21 | A new European Space Agency facility aboard the space station will serve as a furnace capable of levitating and heating metals up to 3,632 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ontodia Announces PediaCities.com Free Open Data Management Platform
Ontodia Announces PediaCities.com Free Open Data Management Platform
2014-11-20 | Free your data with PediaCities open data platform. PediaCities offers free platform for jurisdictions and organizations of all sizes to publish and manage datasets; includes contextual maps, data and indicators for all 30,000 towns/cities in the US.
Pioneering Space Station Breakthroughs: NASA's EXPRESS Rack Reaches 100,000-Hour Milestone
Pioneering Space Station Breakthroughs: NASA's EXPRESS Rack Reaches 100,000-Hour Milestone
2014-11-19 | NASA's EXPRESS Rack helps ensure there's room for research on the orbiting laboratory. EXPRESS is a multipurpose rack system housing and supporting research. On Oct. 4, EXPRESS Rack 1 marked 100,000 hours of operation.
Forum Highlights Technology Tested on International Space Station for Deep Space Exploration
Forum Highlights Technology Tested on International Space Station for Deep Space Exploration
2014-10-29 | To highlight microgravity technologies, a panel of experts gathered recently for the Destination Station: International Space Station Technology Forum at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Measurement Technology NW Equipment Installed at the Apparel Innovation Centre in Canada
Measurement Technology NW Equipment Installed at the Apparel Innovation Centre in Canada
2014-10-29 | Olds College in Calgary, Alberta installed a "Newton" sweating thermal manikin with ManikinPC physiological model software, a customized walk-in climate chamber, and a sweating guarded hotplate system to test products and prototypes.