High school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA Dryden came away from the FIRST Robotics championships knowing they had stretched their skills.
Four high school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center are competing at the FIRST Robotics championship this weekend.
Tehachapi High School's Cyber Penguins to join two other high school teams co-sponsored by NASA Dryden at the FIRST Robotics national championships in St. Louis.
Lancaster High School's Eagle Robotics team proved it had the “Right Stuff" as it won the FIRST regional games in Denver.
Lancaster High School's Eagle Robotics team and its alliance partners made it into the elimination rounds of the Salt Lake City FIRST Robotics regional competition but lost out by one point in the final match of the first round.
Two high school robotics teams supported by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center competed in the FIRST Robotics San Diego regional games March 2 - 3.
Three area high school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center recently rolled out their 2012 FIRST competition robots.
The Los Angeles Unified School District will be using NASA-developed STEM education materials in the district's Beyond the Bell after-school program.
Four high school robotics teams sponsored by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center scored well in the recent FIRST Tech Challenge regional robotics tournament in San Diego, with one - the PHI Alpha team mentored by Dryden aerospace engineer Joe Pahle - declared tournament champion.
Hundreds of students at Discovery STEM Academy in Lancaster, Calif., were immersed first-hand in science, engineering, technology, and mathematics Dec. 13, courtesy of several academic and professional institutions.
Astronauts use computers and models of the shuttle to practice using robotic arms in space.
CIPAIR STEM grant to fund 10-week summer research internships for several college engineering students at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
Educators learned how to apply NASA content resources in their classrooms during the Airborne Research Experiences for Educators program this summer.
Students and teachers from 10 middle schools see the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope through the eyes of 3-D IMAX cameras.
Engineering major Travis Whitlow finished a NASA University Research Centers internship that offered him hands-on and mentored engineering experience.