An Ohio astronaut, Michael Foreman, is serving as the Chief of External Programs at NASA's Glenn Research Center.
The heat of the sun may soon be used to keep much-needed vaccines cool, thanks to a NASA technology originally designed for the moon that is being licensed here on Earth.
The NASA Johnson Space Center is an economic powerhouse paying for salaries, contracts and grants that create jobs and strengthen business in the Clear Lake and Houston regions and across Texas.
› JSC Economic Impact Report: FY 09 (905 Kb PDF)
NASA’s Johnson Space Center has received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for the expansion of one of its procurement offices, bringing the total number of recognized buildings at the center to three.
Using more advanced analytical instruments now available, a Johnson Space Center research team has reexamined the 1996 finding that a meteorite contains strong evidence that life may have existed on ancient Mars.
Long-duration storage has a more significant impact on the nutritional value of space foods than does spaceflight, a NASA study has found.
The complete photographic record from the Apollo Program has remained nearly untouched in a freezer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center—until now.
A one-of-its-kind facility that preserves and protects a national treasure marks a key anniversary this month as it gets readied for future deliveries from the moon.
NASA engineers compete to see who can make their home the most energy efficient.
Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston and Université Paris Sud have found that the rock deposits at ‘Meridiani Planum’ on Mars could be remnants of a massive, ancient ice deposit.
NASA'S Johnson Space Center in Houston reopened on Monday, Sept. 22, ending its closure related to Hurricane Ike.
NASA’s Interactive Reference Guide of the International Space Station earns top honors in the Public Sector Category.
Johnson Space Center hosted the grand opening of a restored Houston landmark and national treasure, the immense Saturn V rocket, on July 20, 38 years to the day after humans first walked on the moon.
Blowing off steam can tell observers a lot about a situation. Take for example Home Plate on Mars.
A research team from NASA and Nanobac Pharmaceuticals has found that tiny nanoparticles may provide huge insights into the causes of certain health issues.
Some elderly people have trouble feeding themselves properly.
Some opened their homes to victims of the storm. Others helped with evacuation of the sick and injured. Employees at NASA's Johnson Space Center helped those affected by Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways.