10.24.07 - The purpose of the lunar lander challenge is to accelerate technology development leading to a commercial vehicle that could one day be capable of ferrying cargo or humans back and forth between lunar orbit and the moon's surface.
10.16.07 - Three R&D 100 awards are being given to NASA Glenn Research Center.
08.14.07 - NASA has awarded $250,000 to participants of the Personal Air Vehicle competition, one of the seven NASA Centennial Challenges.
06.06.07 - NASA space technology is helping doctors diagnose and monitor treatments for hardening of the arteries in its early stages, before it causes heart attacks and strokes.
05.08.07 - NASA has selected the team of Systems Planning Corporation with primary subcontractor Fuentek, LLC to provide support to NASA's Innovative Partnerships Program.
05.03.07 - On Saturday, May 12, teams from around the nation will compete for a total of $250,000 from NASA for an autonomously operating system to excavate simulated "lunar regolith," or the moon's soil.
05.03.07 - Peter Homer of Southwest Harbor, Maine, won $200,000 from NASA for his entry in the Astronaut Glove Challenge. The competition was one of NASA's seven Centennial Challenges.
04.27.07 - On Wednesday and Thursday, May 2-3, teams from around the nation will compete for a total of $250,000 from NASA for an improved astronaut glove design.
03.15.07 - On April 12, two technologies developed at NASA for America's space program will be inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame.
03.06.07 - Emmett Chappelle, retired research scientist from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center has been named one of 16 inductees for 2007 into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.