4.13.10 - A new agreement between NASA and Chrysler may put rocket science on the road and automotive technologies in space. The collaboration seeks to use technologies originally developed for human spaceflight to enhance future vehicles and adapt advanced automotive technology for use in space.
3.18.10 - NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., will be offering exclusive licenses to four patent portfolios through a live public auction managed by ICAP Ocean Tomo, the intellectual property brokerage division of ICAP Plc (IAP.L), on March 25 in San Francisco, Calif.
3.10.10 - NASA has announced opportunities to test emerging technologies during flights on an airplane that simulates the weightless conditions of space.
3.8.10 - NASA today announced its founding partnership of Launch, an initiative to identify, showcase and support innovative approaches to sustainability challenges through a series of forums.
2.18.10 - NASA will honor the achievements of the 2009 Centennial Challenges prize winners and competition hosts with a technical symposium Feb. 25 and a recognition ceremony Feb. 26.
2.16.10 - Saving the nation $10 billion annually in diesel fuel costs may be possible in a few years, thanks to new devices developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and now being tested at NASA’s Ames Research Center.
12.16.09 - 2009 was another trailblazing year for NASA as America's space agency reached a number of important milestones on Earth and in space.
12.09.09 - NASA is supporting the White House’s Open Government Directive with a number of Internet-based programs designed to make the agency more accessible and create a dialog with the American people about their space program.
11.23.09 - NASA has selected for development 368 small business innovation projects that include research to minimize aging of aircraft, new techniques for suppressing fires on spacecraft and advanced transmitters for deep space communications.
11.20.09 - NASA's Centennial Challenges program awarded $350,000 this week to a pair of designers who developed concepts for more flexible space gloves that could make it easier for astronauts to perform tasks.