Cryogenic testing is complete for the final six primary mirror segments and a secondary mirror that will fly on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.› Read More
In November, a free-flying robot on the International Space Station successfully gathered and delivered motion data via a new smartphone controller.
Engineers working on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope are bringing out the COCOA, but it's not going to help them keep warm.
What's the best way to collect a sample from a comet? NASA engineers think a harpoon may be the answer.
A team of nine undergraduate students from Brown and Stanford universities understood this potential and visited NASA’s Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., last summer, to make the first contributions of synthetic biology to human space exploration and sustained colonization as members of a combined Brown-Stanford team.
NASA recently began a pilot using Google Apps that will help workers in today's business environment. NASA IT Labs sponsored the pilot to meet the growing demand from workers to access resources on any device.
01.09.12 - NASA's Space Technology Program is looking for far-out ideas. The NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts, or NIAC, program is seeking proposals for revolutionary concepts with the potential to transform future aerospace missions.
01.06.12 - An international robotics competition aimed at developing a new generation of technology leaders kicks off at 10:30 a.m. EST Saturday, Jan. 7. NASA, the largest sponsor of the FIRST Robotics Competition, and its centers across the nation will join local technology firms to launch the event.