04.06.12 - Inspiring the next generation is a cornerstone of a lot of NASA's education efforts. One of the best ways to do that, experts say, is through a tried-and-true method: hands-on experience.
04.05.12 - In his mind's eye, Bill Vass sees swarms of yellow surfboards in an ocean, with sensors and solar panels on their decks and queer-looking gliders tethered 22 feet below each. The gliders look like Venetian blinds.
04.05.12 - It's celebration time again for space enthusiasts worldwide and here in Hampton Roads.
03.30.12 - "To most people, the sky is the limit. To those who love flight, the sky is home."
03.30.12 - Are you "down" with BNNT? Because fibril boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) production will be up and running.
03.23.12 - NASA instrument directly measures the impact of solar events on the Earth's upper atmosphere.
03.23.12 - It's a creative process that starts with an idea, evolves into a design, and becomes a reality. NASA Langley Research Center's new iFab labs take innovation into fabrication.
03.21.12 - The real reason for the class -- the entre before the entre, if you will -- was offered early to the 20 people sitting at tables in the NACA Room, hard by NASA Langley's cafeteria.
03.21.12 - Students using satellite data to address community concerns in NASA's student research program, DEVELOP, are preparing to present the results of their projects from the spring term with a virtual poster session on March 22, 2012.
03.19.12 - The NASA Knights team in FIRST Robotics competition also spent time mentoring a team from The Netherlands.
03.15.12 - Danielle Jackson gets a lot of questions from puzzled passersby who see her working on the mystery sculpture across from the cafeteria.
03.15.12 - In a stuff-driven culture, it can be difficult to stay organized, whether at work or at home.
03.13.12 - A six-week design and build challenge that had high school students across the world busy every day after school will culminate next week when regional robotic tournaments begin.
03.05.12 - Dave Bowles was sitting in a financial performance monthly review meeting in late February when it hit him.
03.08.12 - From a dozen round tables in NASA Langley's Reid Conference Center, employees looked toward a big screen, which aired a panel discussion taking place at NASA Headquarters about women's roles in workplace innovation.
03.07.12 - The problem with fiscal austerity is that cutting budgets tends to favor short-sightedness, according to Mark Lewis.
03.07.12 - Jaiwon Shin offered insight on Washington's budgeting parameters in a Tuesday visit to NASA Langley. "Flat is the new increase," Shin, who heads NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, said.
02.27.12 - For the seventh year, NASA brought exhibits, educators and motivators to the CIAA basketball tournament.
03.02.12 - Citing a desire to realign NASA Langley with a look toward increased technology development as well as forging partnerships to better handle tough fiscal times, Lesa Roe has submitted a reorganization plan for agency approval.
02.27.12 - NASA has presented its Quality and Safety Achievement Recognition award, or QASAR, for 2011 to Venki Venkat of NASA's Langley Research Center.