Metals Service Center Institute to Host Acclaimed Futurist, Jack Uldrich, as Keynote Speaker2014-01-17
| Distinguished global futurist Jack Uldrich address the Metals Service Center Institute, in Bonita Springs, FLA., on January, 17th.
Jack Uldrich, Global Futurist, to Address Education District in Cannon Falls, MN2014-01-17
| Following three notable presentations on the East Coast leading futurist, Jack Uldrich returns to his home state of Minnesota as keynote speaker for the Cannon Falls Education District, on January, 20th.
Space Station MAXI-mizing Our Understanding of the Universe2014-01-16
| The Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image collects data that help researchers discover, study and understand the physics behind the lifecycle of our universe. MAXI was key in two recent publications sharing results that make strides in astrophysics.
Futurist Jack Uldrich to join Captain Richard Phillips and Conductor Benjamin Zander as Keynote Speakers at Mosaic's AgCollege in Orlando2014-01-15
| January 15th, acclaimed keynote speaker, global futurist and best-selling author, Jack Uldrich, to deliver keynote speech on future trends in farming at Mosaic's AgCollege in Orlando, Florida.
21st Century Science Education Thrives Aboard the Space Station2014-01-11
| 23 new Student Spaceflight Experiment Program (SSEP) research studies departed for the ISS with the Orbital Sciences Corporation's Cygnus launch on Jan. 9. Many SSEP accomplishments were presented at their annual 2013 conference.
SOBERLINK Adds Adaptive Facial Recognition To Their Mobile Alcohol Monitoring System2014-01-09
| SOBERLINK, Inc. signs with premiere facial recognition technology company, bolstering their unrivaled level of automation for alcohol monitoring programs.
Orbital Samples With Sight-Saving Potential2013-12-12
| Two recent investigations examined mechanisms that may explain eye changes in spaceflight, help find ways to minimize this health risk to astronauts and eventually prevent and treat eye diseases on Earth.
Serious Research into Nanoparticles!2013-12-06
| The Microscale Particulate Classifier was developed by NASA for use on future missions aboard the International Space Station and will help NASA determine if nanoparticles are present on spacecraft.
Read Our Interview with Dr Michael Zuk, the Dentist with Plans for Cloning John Lennon2013-12-06
| Dr Zuk is in talks with TV production companies about doing a documentary around cloning the former star. He predicts a cloned John Lennon could be a reality by 2040. He has also acquired Elvis Preistly's crown but will not be cloning the King.
15 Years of International Space Station Research Illumination2013-12-05
| The first two modules of the space station - the Russian-built Zarya, "sunrise" in Russian, and Unity - were named for their place in history. The mating of these above the planet 15 years ago heralded the dawn of a new age in space.
Space Station's Benefits for Humanity in Plain Sight in New Video Feature2013-11-26
| Though you can read about the many benefits originating from International Space Station research and technology, in NASA's new video feature "Benefits for Humanity: In Their Own Words," it is now easy to see those benefits as well.
Solicore Extends Technology Innovation with World's First Digitally Printed Battery2013-11-19
| Digitally printed battery to enable explosive growth in production capacity.
Solicore Announces Key Patent Awards2013-11-18
| Solicore expands IP leadership position with over 75+ patents issued and/or pending.
RF FPGA Design Engineer Vacancy Position at Ensil Canada for Design and Development of an RF based FPGA Integrated Chip (IC) to be used in Ensil's Rapid Field Deployable ICU Unit2013-10-30
| RF FPGA Design Engineer Vacancy Position at Ensil Canada with solid RF and Bluetooth FPGA based digital board or semiconductor design experience, strong VHDL programming, VHDL & Verilog knowledge and scripting languages.
Advanced Polymer Trading Adds a Twin Screw Compounder to its R&D Lab2013-10-21
| APT has added a co-rotating twin screw extruder / compounder for laboratory applications as part of its plan to upgrade its research and development facility.
OMICS Group is the Publisher of 14 Nobel Laureates Supporting Cellular and Molecular Biology : 60 Years Old Reputed Medline Indexed Journal2013-10-14
| Dean Dr. Raymond J. Wegmann, the founding editor of Cellular and Molecular Biology signed agreement at OMICS Office after his interaction with 500 employees for three days.
Space Station OPALS Points to Ramped Up Returns for Research2013-08-01
| The Optical Payload for Lasercomm Science (OPALS) will test the use of laser optics to transfer information to the ground. The switch from radio frequency to a laser beam could improve communication data rates by a factor of 10 to 100.
Scrubblade Inc. Markets Advanced Windshield Wiper Blade2013-07-24
| Top-rated wiper blade maker says new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE wiper blade out-performs rivals in independent tests.
MABE: Low-Gravity Answers on the Bubble2013-07-10
| An investigation into how boiling behavior changes under different gravity levels. By studying boiling in space, scientists were almost able to eliminate gravity in order to understand its role along with the other heat transfer processes.
CASIS Opens Opportunities for Talented Students2013-07-10
| Students go to competition with skills learned through working with NASA HUNCH.