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CASIS Research Set for Launch Aboard SpaceX Mission to Space Station
CASIS Research Set for Launch Aboard SpaceX Mission to Space Station
2014-09-17 | SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft is scheduled to blast off to the space station carrying the third suite of research investigations sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), termed Advancing Research Knowledge (ARK)-2.
In Space, What's on the Outside Matters
In Space, What's on the Outside Matters
2014-09-16 | Upcoming instruments planned for the external space station platform include the Multi-User System for Earth Sensing, the Calorimetric Electron Telescope, Cosmic Ray Energetics and Mass, a Rapid Scatterometer, and the Cloud-Aerosol Transport System.
On Space Station, Earth's Beauty is in the Eye of the High Definition Beholder
On Space Station, Earth's Beauty is in the Eye of the High Definition Beholder
2014-09-09 | The ongoing High Definition Earth Viewing investigation aboard the International Space Station allows anyone with internet access to continuously stream live views of Earth directly to their desktop or mobile internet device.
3-D Printer Could Turn Space Station into 'Machine Shop'
3-D Printer Could Turn Space Station into 'Machine Shop'
2014-09-03 | The 3-D Printing In Zero-G Technology Demonstration is the first 3-D printer for operation in microgravity and may change the way NASA does business aboard the International Space Station.
ACEs are High with Space Station Colloidal Research
ACEs are High with Space Station Colloidal Research
2014-08-26 | 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.
NASA's Space Station Fix-it Demo for Satellites Gets Hardware for 2.0 Update
NASA's Space Station Fix-it Demo for Satellites Gets Hardware for 2.0 Update
2014-08-13 | 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.
Connect with the World Conference on October 9 in Mount Vernon to Focus on the Benefits of Publicly Owned Broadband Infrastructure
Connect with the World Conference on October 9 in Mount Vernon to Focus on the Benefits of Publicly Owned Broadband Infrastructure
2014-08-08 | Local and national private sector and government leaders will meet in Mount Vernon, Washington, on October 9 to discuss the benefits of publicly owned broadband infrastructure during the innovative Connect with the World Conference.
Student Scientists Present Unexpected Results from Space Station Research
Student Scientists Present Unexpected Results from Space Station Research
2014-08-07 | 29 student teams presented research results at the 2014 Student Spaceflight Experiments Program National Conference held in early July at the Smithsonian.
Smart Software Provides Minnesota's Metro Transit with Software to Improve Parts Inventory Planning
Smart Software Provides Minnesota's Metro Transit with Software to Improve Parts Inventory Planning
2014-08-06 | SmartForecasts to accurately forecast future parts usage at 14 inventory stocking locations.
NASC, Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation Announces AS9100C Manufacturing Certification
NASC, Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation Announces AS9100C Manufacturing Certification
2014-07-30 | NASC has attained 9100C Certification for the company's Fabrication, Finishing and Production at Johnstown, PA.
NASC (Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation) Announces Availability of Commercial Version of Tigershark Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA)
NASC (Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation) Announces Availability of Commercial Version of Tigershark Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA)
2014-07-29 | Commercial RPA for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance.
The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On
The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On
2014-07-23 | 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 Science
Space Station Researcher Guides Aim to Maximize Science
2014-07-22 | 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.
Biometric Associates, LP Announces Availability of Credential Services for Good Dynamics
Biometric Associates, LP Announces Availability of Credential Services for Good Dynamics
2014-07-16 | Support for Tactivo smart card readers is now available.
AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEM Announced today that they will be attending the 3rd International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance Boston, USA August 18-21 2014 at Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEM Announced today that they will be attending the 3rd International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance Boston, USA August 18-21 2014 at Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
2014-07-16 | AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEMS, based in San Francisco, CA does advanced remote physiological monitoring.
Liberty Quest Foundation Announces Strategic Partnership With Open Church Foundation to Promote Streaming Faith Initiative in Federal Bureau of Prisons
Liberty Quest Foundation Announces Strategic Partnership With Open Church Foundation to Promote Streaming Faith Initiative in Federal Bureau of Prisons
2014-07-13 | While Federal prisoners are free to practice their individual faiths, there is limited access to real-time ministries. New initiatives are underway to use streaming technologies to bring ministries behind bars so prisoners may hear the good word.
Orbital Sciences' Second Mission Delivers Delights to Space Station
Orbital Sciences' Second Mission Delivers Delights to Space Station
2014-07-11 | 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.
From Antibiotics to Yeast: Latest Student Science Heads For Space
From Antibiotics to Yeast: Latest Student Science Heads For Space
2014-07-08 | 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.
Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space) Flight
Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space) Flight
2014-07-04 | 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.
Space-tested Robot Inspires Medicine and Manufacturing Uses
Space-tested Robot Inspires Medicine and Manufacturing Uses
2014-06-30 | 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.