03.07.12 - Saurabh Jha uses NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to help find the most distant supernovas.
During a USRP internship, Mississippi State University electrical engineering student Kristin Sharp studied marsh salinity.
02.29.12 - NASA biologist Dorothy Peteet uses plants to reconstruct past climates and understand what our future climate may be.
02.23.12 - NASA geographer Chris Justice uses satellite instruments to monitor global fires and human-environment interactions.
During a 10-week USRP internship, University of California at Davis student Dominic Gutierrez worked on a system important to everyday life in space.
02.15.12 - Astrophysicist Charles Keeton shares his enthusiasm about his research on dark matter -- and science in general -- inside and outside the classroom.
During a 10-week USRP internship, New Mexico State University student Bethany Davis developed a first-of-its-kind mechanism to aid in model analysis.
01.25.12 - Candice Hansen emphasizes the importance of imagination and wonder in science.
Check out a new NASA public service announcement from Stephen Colbert, host of the nightly "The Colbert Report."
01.30.12 - Who was the first American to walk in space? If you know the answer, you're ready to play Space Race Blastoff.
In November, a free-flying robot on the International Space Station successfully gathered and delivered motion data via a new smartphone controller.
With a little help from NASA, college professor Amelito Enriquez gives underserved students the inspiration to reach beyond expectations.› Read More → | › President Honors Mentors →
Take a look at the progress being made as NASA builds its deep space exploration spacecraft in this fast-paced music video.
01.12.12 - A test version of NASA's Orion spacecraft will give residents in three states the chance to see the vehicle that will take humans into deep space.
NASA engages the public with a custom-produced Internet music radio station crafted specifically to speak the language of tech-savvy young adults.
01.05.12 - Mark Chandler uses past climates to see what Earth's future climate may be.
During a 15-week USRP internship, Spelman College student Chermonica Johnson saw the connection between the business and technical sides of NASA.
12.13.11 - 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.
Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute student Glennoah Billie spent a 15-week USRP internship studying the Microsoft Kinect Sensor.
In this blog post, astronaut-in-training Jeanette Epps shares her experiences from the month of November 2011.