Presidents states a need for the next technological breakthrough.
NASA needs new technology breakthroughs to revitalize its mission to explore the universe, President Barack Obama said Wednesday as the shuttle Atlantis was preparing for its final mission.
The world’s brightest physicists have been working for decades on solving one of the great unifying problems of our universe.
Many new missions rely on heritage technology, but that can stifle new ideas.
A team of Oklahoma State University students have created an inflatable structure for use in space as part of a NASA-funded competition.
The designs and concepts developed by a team of Oklahoma State University students and faculty may one day end up on an asteroid, the moon or even Mars.
Senator John D. Rockefeller IV, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, today announced a Science and Space Subcommittee hearing on the contributions of space to national imperatives.
As NASA prepared to launch the Space Shuttle Endeavor on its last flight, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden spoke with ABC News about life after the shuttle.
Fire Department employees working with NASA engineers to develop a cost-efficient robot that would benefit not only the Fire Department, but also the city's bomb squads, hazardous-material teams, emergency medical services and maritime port authorities.
The technology behind the devices was actually developed by NASA a couple of decades ago to stimulate plant growth in space, but it wasn't until the last ten years or so that companies started marketing the lights for cosmetic purposes.