An international collaboration evaluates research protocols for candidate investigations during the planned American/Russian one year increment.
A new communications upgrade paves the way for the ability of the crew and scientists to perform more hours of research every day.
In 14 years of operations, space station researchers conducted more than 1,500 investigations—detailed in the ISS Utilization Statistics publication.
RRM uses the space station as a test bed for repair and refueling maneuvers to prepare for in orbit satellite-servicing tasks.
Space station tests new Amine Swingbed technology for clean air from smaller hardware.
Space station ultrasound and training leads to advanced medical options for people living in remote locations on Earth.
NASA's Ames Research Center has won the 2012 NASA Government Invention of the Year for a tiny sensor that can detect chemicals in the air.
Space Station SPHERES robots don goggles for 3-D data collection and analysis in orbit.
The next EarthKAM mission will take place April 23-26, 2013.
The "International Space Station Facilities Research in Space 2013 and Beyond" brochure details the many assets available for science on orbit.
The Tomatosphere Project wins the 2013 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada's (NSERC) Award for Science Promotion.
Exploring the cooling impact of boiling bubbles in microgravity with space station's Microheater Array Boiling Experiment (MABE) investigation.
Space station spinoff from MISSE study leads to protective coating for Dragon spacecraft and more.
Researchers to gain new insights into metallic crystal growth from the CSLM-3 investigation aboard the International Space Station.
The Transgenic Arabidopsis Gene Expression System study showed plant roots grow in different directions in space just as they do on Earth.
Space station's Ultrasonic Background Noise Test (UBNT) to detect air leaks by "listening" for high frequency sounds
Investigators sat down to talk station research with colleagues gathered for the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The Advanced Colloids Experiment is designed to help researchers understand how to optimize stabilizers to extend product shelf life.
A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has delivered a "goody bag" to the crew aboard the International Space Station. But it's not filled with treats.
Researchers to grow knowledge of plants in microgravity environments with BRIC-17 investigations launching with SpaceX Dragon.