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Dr. Rosalia N. Scripa Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Engineering
Dr. Rosalia N. Scripa Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Engineering
2017-04-26 | Dr. Scripa contributed to major projects with the microgravity science and applications division of NASA and the Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA Engages the Next Generation with HUNCH
NASA Engages the Next Generation with HUNCH
2017-04-20 | Hundreds of students are already helping NASA's astronauts live and work aboard the International Space Station.
You Say Tomato, I Say Tomatosphere: Investigation Brings Space Station Science to the Classroom
You Say Tomato, I Say Tomatosphere: Investigation Brings Space Station Science to the Classroom
2017-04-08 | Stewed, canned or on the vine, there are lots of ways to buy tomatoes- but have you ever seen "flown in space" on a supermarket sticker?
NASA's New Spectrometer to Help Future Crews Cope with Cosmic Radiation
NASA's New Spectrometer to Help Future Crews Cope with Cosmic Radiation
2017-04-06 | NASA scientists have developed a new device to monitor radiation exposure to neutrons and are testing it on the International Space Station.
Study Examines Effects of Spaceflight on Immune System
Study Examines Effects of Spaceflight on Immune System
2017-04-06 | Functional Immune, a new investigation taking place in the orbiting laboratory, studies previously uninvestigated areas of the body's immune response and if spaceflight alters a crew member's susceptibility to disease.
James Leary Celebrates Nearly 40 Years of Practiced Industry Experience
James Leary Celebrates Nearly 40 Years of Practiced Industry Experience
2017-04-03 |
Orbital ATK Cygnus Set to Deliver Research to Space Station
Orbital ATK Cygnus Set to Deliver Research to Space Station
2017-03-21 | Orbital ATK is targeted to launch its Cygnus spacecraft into orbit for a resupply mission to the International Space Station March 24, 2017 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida
Symphonizing the Science: NASA Twins Study Team Begins Integrating Results
Symphonizing the Science: NASA Twins Study Team Begins Integrating Results
2017-03-17 | Preliminary findings were discussed during the Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop in January, and now enthusiasm abounds as the integration process begins.
Ronald Gougher Recognized as an International Language Education Authority by Marquis Who's Who
Ronald Gougher Recognized as an International Language Education Authority by Marquis Who's Who
2017-03-13 | Ron has shared and applied his expertise to serve educational, governmental, industrial, and private organizations for more than half a century
Keeping Liquids Off the Wall
Keeping Liquids Off the Wall
2017-03-10 | The Slosh Coating investigation tests using a liquid-repellant coating inside a container to control the movement of liquids in microgravity.
From Tools to Trash: Marshall's Payload Stowage Team Tracks It
From Tools to Trash: Marshall's Payload Stowage Team Tracks It
2017-02-28 | For many of us spring cleaning is an annual ritual and it will be here before we know it. Imagine trying to keep everything organized year-round in a five-bedroom house where everything floats.
Dr. Richard Gilbert Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Efforts in Science & Research
Dr. Richard Gilbert Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Efforts in Science & Research
2017-02-24 | Dr. Gilbert celebrates more than 35 years of industry experience
CubeSats: Shaping Possibilities in Space
CubeSats: Shaping Possibilities in Space
2017-02-23 | For more than a decade, CubeSats, or small satellites, have paved the way to low-Earth orbit for commercial companies, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations.
Crystal Growth, Earth Science and Tech Demo Research Launching to Orbiting Laboratory
Crystal Growth, Earth Science and Tech Demo Research Launching to Orbiting Laboratory
2017-02-16 | The tenth SpaceX cargo resupply launch to the International Space Station, targeted for launch Feb. 18, will deliver investigations that study human health, Earth science and weather patterns.
Dr. Atlee Cunningham Recognized for Excellence in the Field of Aeronautical Engineering
Dr. Atlee Cunningham Recognized for Excellence in the Field of Aeronautical Engineering
2017-02-11 | Dr. Cunningham is the recipient of the NASA Certificate of Recognition and the Memorial Research Award from the Texas A&M Foundation
Dr. Irving H. Plotkin Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Accomplishments in Economics
Dr. Irving H. Plotkin Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Accomplishments in Economics
2017-02-07 | "Plotkin-theory" has influenced international corporate taxation and Federal and State price, profit, and solvency regulation.
Dr. Lucille Burbank is Recognized by Worldwide Branding For Excellence in Consulting
Dr. Lucille Burbank is Recognized by Worldwide Branding For Excellence in Consulting
2017-02-02 | She most wants to be remembered for changing the lives of people, making the world better, and for inspiring others to do good work
How Stressful Will a Trip to Mars be on the Human Body? We Now Have a Peek Into What the NASA Twins Study Will Reveal
How Stressful Will a Trip to Mars be on the Human Body? We Now Have a Peek Into What the NASA Twins Study Will Reveal
2017-01-31 | Twins Study Investigators Debut Preliminary Results at NASA Workshop
One-Year Mission Investigators Debut Preliminary Results at NASA Workshop
One-Year Mission Investigators Debut Preliminary Results at NASA Workshop
2017-01-31 | The first glimpses of research data from NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly's year in space are out
Dr. George Miley Recognized by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Nuclear and Electrical Engineering
Dr. George Miley Recognized by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Nuclear and Electrical Engineering
2017-01-30 | Dr. Miley is considered an expert in his field who demonstrates specialized skills in nuclear fusion, plasma engineering and energy conservation