11.26.12 - "I have seen wonders beyond description," said Boston, a professor of cave and karst science at New Mexico Tech, during her keynote address Nov. 14 at the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Fall Symposium in Hampton, Va.
11.21.12 - More than 300 university students from across the nation stared wide-eyed as a video of the International Space Station (ISS) played in front of them.
11.20.12 - An increasingly mobile workforce comes with an increasing amount of IT security threats.
11.19.12 - A Langley-managed team has won the latest Earth Venture mission -- the first space-based instrument to monitor major air pollutants across North America hourly during daytime.
11.19.12 - No matter where you stand from inside the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) 60,000 square-foot facility, you can see all the way through.
11.16.12 - While we invest in space technology for science, it advances our economy and paves the way to an innovative future.
11.16.12 - During the Combined Federal Campaign at NASA's Langley Research Center, the center hosted six events to help raise funds and awareness for the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign.
11.09.12 - There's optimism in the lecture halls at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
11.08.12 - This profile is part of a series to introduce the people behind the development of Orion.
11.07.12 - Paul Torcellini looks at energy consumption as a puzzle — a puzzle with three big pieces.
11.05.12 - One person leads by hierarchy, another by consensus. One person views things practically, another with skepticism. Some respect authority, others are unimpressed by it. One person needs praise, while another just wants to be an inclusive member.
Earlier this month, nine cyclists from NASA's Langley Research Center rode a 22-mile tour for "Petals for the Cure," a charity bike event to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer.
10.30.12 - The story you're about to read has all the makings of a sleazy tabloid exposé. It's trashy. It's steamy. And if that wasn't enough: it's happening in our backyard.
Each October, NASA joins forces with the American Geological Institute and their partners for Earth Science Week (ESW). It’s a chance to give people of all ages the opportunity to explore the natural ...
10.22.12 - Richard Hallion really does believe that the U.S. has a need for speed.
10.19.12 - The anomaly on Thursday for Chris Wohl, who works at NASA's Langley Research Center, was an MTV production crew filming over his shoulder.
10.17.12 - They're two of the most visible signs of the changes taking place at NASA's Langley Research Center.
10.17.12 - Imagine the possibilities of a device that uses electrical signals from the brain to externally control computers, smartphones, or even vehicles. It’s not just science fiction. It’s reality.
Aeronautics engineer Richard T. Whitcomb, whose legendary research contributions made supersonic flight practical, is a now a member of the National Aviation Hall of Fame, located at the National Muse...
12.19.11 - Richard T. Whitcomb, whose legendary NASA research contributions helped make supersonic flight a reality, will join the National Aviation Hall of Fame Oct. 6, 2012.