Julie Bassler is leading the development of a robotic lander that will help NASA achieve its science and exploration goals on the moon.
Alberto Behar equips robots with science tools to explore Earth, Mars, and, someday, the moons of Jupiter and Saturn.
Paolo Bellutta drives remote control robots on Mars.
Linda Bigonesse trains astronauts how to use the space shuttle's robotic arm.
Lyndon Bridgwater designs robots that could one day explore other worlds.
Jessica Calhoun plans how robotic arms help assemble the space station.
Kody Ensley worked on Robonaut 2 and the Lunar Electric Rover with NASA engineers.
As the lead of the IRG, Terry Fong researches ways to use robots to explore other worlds.
Kim Hambuchen develops computer software that helps robots think on their own.
Joel Levine's robotic, rocket-powered airplane could reach the winds of Mars, and his research has helped save founding documents of the United States.
Robotics engineer Arin Morfopoulos is helping NASA look for Earth-like planets in other solar systems.
Robotics engineer Les Quiocho leads the development of simulations of the space station's robotic arm.
Apollo-era engineer Lou Ramon is supporting the development of advanced robotics for NASA's return to the moon.
Julie Townsend gives the Spirit and Opportunity rovers the commands they need to explore the surface of Mars.
Fernando Zumbado helped NASA reinvent the wheel.