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  • UPDATE: White Papers on Advanced Manufacturing for STP

    HQ has given the centers more time to review submissions. PIs who have already submitted their white papers to the CCT office have until Thursday, January 31st at 4pm to make revisions and e-mail to Leonard Yowell (leonard.yowell-1@nasa.gov). Reviewers will have four days to complete their reviews and PI’s may be requested to make changes between Feb 7th and the new HQ deadline, Feb 11th.

  • Center Innovation Fund - 2013

    Ten proposals selected for Center Innovation Fund (CIF) 2013!

  • T4BSE Workshop at ASGSR on November 29

    A T4BSE Workshop will be held at the upcoming annual meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) being held in New Orleans November 28 – December 2, 2012.

  • ARCTek Phase 3 - 2013 Center Innovation Fund - New Technology Concepts

    Thanks to all who participated in ARCTek Phase 3 – it was a great success! Many of the presentations from the Technology Concepts session are now available.

  • TechEdSat

    TechEdSat is a NASA Ames Research Center 1U CubeSat built by San Jose State University Students in partnership with ÅAC Microtec. It was deployed from the ISS on Oct. 4, 2013 at 8:44 PDT. Click Here for a JAXA SSOD overview. Click Here for the Press Release about the launch!

  • Chemistry & Mineralogy (CheMin)

    The CheMin instrument is part of the Analytical Laboratory on the Mars rover, Curiosity. CheMin is a definitive mineralogy instrument that will identify and quantify the minerals present in rocks and soil delivered to it by the Sample Acquisition, Sample Processing and Handling (SA/SPaH) system. The CheMin investigator is David Blake from NASA Ames Research Center.

  • Technology Seminar: Digital Fabrication by Neil Gershenfeld, MIT Center for Bits and Atoms

    06.06.2012 - Neil Gershenfeld, director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Bits and Atoms, presented a seminar on digital fabrication on June 6, 2012.

  • NASA-Ames Center for Innovation and Technology Enhancement (N-CITE)

    04.01.2012 - In April, the Office of the Center Chief Technologist kicked off the NASA-Ames Center for Innovation and Technology Enhancement (N-CITE).