05.18.05 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin will visit NASA Ames Research Center on Monday, May 23.
05.17.05 - Hundreds of industry leaders are expected to attend the two-day Nano 2005 Conference in Silicon Valley June 7-8 to learn about the latest innovations in nanotechnology.
05.13.05 - NASA scientists have solved an age-old mystery by finding that Mars' southern polar cap is offset from its geographical south pole because of two different polar climates.
04.27.05 - Can gravity have an effect on aging?
04.26.05 - NASA scientists today announced they are releasing free software that will find 'bugs,' or defects, in Java computer code.
04.21.05 - NASA hosts four-day event featuring fun educational aeronautics presentations, hands-on activities, and displays.
04.18.05 - NASA Ames Deputy Director Stan Newberry will visit students at the Georgia Academy for the Blind in Macon, Ga on Monday, April 25, to share the excitement of space. He will also deliver a set of books about space in Braille to the students.
04.15.05 - Middle and high school students compete in Northern California Botball Robotics Tournament.
04.12.05 - NASA and a nonprofit partner recently agreed to develop the first 'black box' for spacecraft and hope to test a prototype as early as 2006.
04.12.05 - NASA robots and geologists are simulating an expedition to another planet during a field test expected to continue until April 15 in a Utah desert.
04.04.05 - NASA scientists and education experts this month are conducting student evaluations of 'Smart Skies', one of of NASA's newest math-related educational products.
04.04.05 - NASA has awarded a task order valued at approximately $49.4 million to an Arlington, Va., company to support supercomputing research.
03.31.05 - Reporters are invited to hear NASA scientists discuss key aspects of astrobiology during the meeting taking place April 10-14, 2005, at the Millennium Harvest House Hotel, Boulder, Colo.
03.24.05 - NASA scientists will discuss the risks of moon dust on astronauts during a workshop entitled "Biological Effects of Lunar Dust," March 29-31 in Sunnyvale, Calif.
03.24.05 - Small uninhabited aerial vehicles (UAVs) flown in a NASA research experiment use principles derived from studies of fish and bird motions.
03.16.05 - Return to Flight commander Eileen M. Collins and pilot James M. Kelly will be available for question-and-answer session with the news media on March 23, 2005.
03.16.05 - Scientists announced today that they identified habitats and microbial life using a rover in Chile's arid Atacama desert that may bode well for future missions to Mars.
03.08.05 - NASA scientists and academic colleagues are studying tiny hairs inside microorganisms to find clues about kidney disease.
03.08.05 - Relatives of Iraq War injured veterans now can stay in lodging at NASA Ames Research Center during trips to a nearby veterans' hospital.
03.07.05 - Author and explorer John F. Ross will discuss NASA plans to return to the moon and explore Mars, at a free public talk on March 15.