06.16.09 - Nearly blind since age 11, Robert Shelton uses sound to make science and math more accessible to the visually impaired.
06.16.09 - The results of the second annual NASA Lunar Art Contest are out-of-this-world productions from high school and college students from around the globe.
06.08.09 - Design a small supersonic airliner with a cruise speed of Mach 1.6 to 1.8, a design range of 4,000 nautical miles, a payload of 35-70 passengers, with fuel efficiency of three-passenger miles per pound of fuel and a takeoff field length of less than 10,000 feet. And the airliner should produce less noise. Ready? Go.
06.03.09 - NASA Glenn engineers teach students the physics of spaceflight at Ohio amusement park.› View Flash Video
06.01.09 - Follow NASA Education writer Heather Smith as she blogs about going weightless in a microgravity aircraft.
06.02.09 - A venture between NASA and Girl Scouts gives a California teenager her wings.
05.27.09 - See fun pictures of things you don't see on Earth.
05.19.09 - New Jersey teens create a plant growth system where plants and fish thrive together.
05.05.09 - Help Space Kid collect orbs to learn about the fifth space shuttle mission to update the Hubble Space Telescope.
04.28.09 - After a "lifetime" of service to science and astronomy, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope needs servicing itself.
05.01.09 - NASA and USA Today's No Boundaries contest challenges students to promote interest in aerospace careers.
04.28.09 - On the STS-125 mission, John Grunsfeld will improve the Hubble Space Telescope for a third time.
04.21.09 - Aaron Levick spent the summer before his senior year of high school working -- with NASA!
04.21.09 - A healthy dose of curiosity leads Ed Prather from cars and motorcycles to physics and teaching.
04.07.09 - NASA has teamed with USA TODAY Education to challenge students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The contest deadline is May 15, 2009.
Get the latest information on the 2009 Great Moonbuggy Race occurring April 3-4, 2009. Also find feature stories and images from previous years' races.
03.24.09 - College freshman Michael Barnes used the Internet to find information about the NASA internship and scholarship that are now shaping his future.
03.23.09 - A live videocast and chat from JPL offers a unique opportunity for viewers to ask questions of scientists with NASA's Near-Earth Object Program Office about how NASA discovers and tracks asteroids.
03.17.09 - A newsletter produced by high school interns shares students' NASA experiences.
Move Space Kid from platform to platform, and intercept knowledge about the STS-119 Full Power mission.