Fremont Micro Devices Announces the FT8260 LED Driver Family2014-07-10
| The FT8260 is a primary side single stage AC/DC LED driver for isolated LED lighting applications. The integrated 650V power MOSFET eliminates the need for a secondary sense and feedback circuit.
Fremont Micro Devices Announces Advanced Creative China-Weimu Electronic as Distributor in China2014-07-09
| Advanced Creative China Ltd. Hong Kong is a broad line distributor previously known as William Technology Co Ltd. They have four sales offices in China.
Microparticles for Superefficient Protein Purification2014-06-12
| Today most medicines are produced biotechnologically. A new cleaning method developed at ACIB combines five purification steps and leads to an extremely facilitated, more economical and ecological manufacturing process.
SpaceX-3 Mission To Return Dragon's Share of Space Station Science2014-05-18
| The splashdown of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft on May 18 concludes the company's third contracted resupply mission to the International Space Station, assisting scientists who have investigations returning to Earth complete their analyses.
Rounding Up the BCATs on the Space Station2014-05-14
| The Binary Colloidal Alloy Tests (BCAT) series of investigations aims to understand fluids and the physics behind their movement. This research might help in designing new stable products for consumers.
Ka-Band Represents the Future of Space Communications2014-05-07
| NASA saw a trend in the burden of the world's communications bands years ago and started opening up a new part of the electromagnetic spectrum called Ka-band, which is now considered the spectrum of the future for NASA communications.
CASIS-Sponsored Research Heads to Space Station Aboard SpaceX-32014-03-27
| The final investigations of the Advancing Research Knowledge 1 series of research payloads will launch to the space station with the SpaceX-3 mission, joining the initial portion of the suite that launched aboard Orbital 1.
CMicrotek Announces Line of Ultra-Low Current Probes Optimized for Battery-Powered Product Development2014-03-26
| CMicrotek delivers accurate low current measurements, producing better product performance data and enabling predictable product development cycles.
Spacing Out a New Generation on Mission Discovery2014-03-20
| The Mission Discovery program seeks to inspire interest in careers within the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and develop leadership potential by immersing students in space science and exploration.
Project MERCCURI "Crowdsourced" Space Station Samples Take Flight2014-03-14
| The Microbial Ecology Research Combining Citizen and University Researchers on the International Space Station project (Project MERCCURI) is a crowdsourced effort to send a litany of microbes to the space station for research.
International Space Station to Beam Video via Laser Back to Earth2014-03-11
| A team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, Calif. led the development of the Optical Payload for Lasercomm Science investigation, NASA's first optical communication experiment from the space station, which launches March 16 aboard SpaceX-3.
Space Station Working to Solve the Puzzle of Orbiting Satellite Repair2014-03-07
| NASA is building new technologies to refuel and repair existing satellites in orbit. After concluding a successful ground-based test of robotic satellite refueling technology, NASA is preparing for a new round of demonstrations on the space station.
Space Station Sensor to Capture 'Striking' Lightning Data2014-03-05
| Researchers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., developed a sophisticated piece of flight hardware called a Lightning Imaging Sensor to detect and locate lightning over the tropical region of the globe.
Largest Flock of Earth-Imaging Satellites Launch into Orbit From Space Station2014-02-12
| A new fleet of 28 small satellites made by Planet Labs, called Flock 1, is considered the largest single constellation of Earth-imaging satellites ever to launch into space. They began deploying Feb. 11 from the International Space Station.
Rugged, Rapid Monitor Safeguards Space Crews2014-02-10
| The Multi-Gas Monitor, a shoebox-sized, battery-powered monitor aboard the space station, can measure the concentrations of multiple gases within the air inside of it in less than one second.
Space Station 2024 Extension Expands Economic and Research Horizons2014-02-01
| The announcement by the Obama Administration to support the extension of the orbiting laboratory to at least 2024 gives the station a decade to continue its already fruitful microgravity research mission.
Award Winning Author and Global Trends Expert, Jack Uldrich, to Present Keynote Address at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference 20142014-01-27
| Jack Uldrich, global futurist and educational trends expert, to kick off the Ohio Educational Technology Conference 2014, as their keynote speaker on January 27th.
Futurist Jack Uldrich Returns to Orlando as Keynote Presenter at Pearson Learning Solutions2014-01-24
| January 26th, award-winning author and technology forecaster, Jack Uldrich returns to Orlando to present the keynote speech to Pearson Learning Solutions.
Combustion Continues to Draw Researchers to Space Station2014-01-21
| Fire continues to be a focus of study with the Burning and Suppression of Solids-II (BASS-II) experiments, which recently launched to the International Space Station aboard the Orbital 1 cargo resupply mission.