03.29.13 - Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut is a health and fitness challenge that encourages students to live healthier using the excitement of space exploration.
03.29.13 - College and university students now have a chance to help design a deep-space habitat for the Exploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge.
08.23.12 - NASA is challenging U.S. and international undergraduate and graduate student teams to design and build a telerobotic or autonomous excavator.› News release
More than 50 participants attended informative workshops on student rocketry and payload development with NASA scientists and engineers.
7.21.12 - NASA EDGE presents Highlights of the 2012 Lunabotics Mining Competition from the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex!› Transcript › Download Vodcast (466MB)
The Destination Station exhibit showcases and celebrates the achievements and innovative discoveries made aboard the International Space Station.
06.01.12 - A suite of students' experiments were aboard the SpaceX Dragon capsule when it docked with the station on May 25.
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06.20.12 - An undergraduate internship at NASA's Johnson Space Center helped Dolores Petropulos map out her future career path.
06.01.12 - Student teams spent months designing and building remote-controlled or autonomous robotic excavators...
05.18.2012 - Teams of high school students competed to design components of NASA's next generation space habitat.
Teams of elementary students from around the globe are training their way to a healthy lifestyle.
02.07.12 - The Los Angeles Unified School District will be using NASA-developed STEM education materials in the district's Beyond the Bell after-school program.
1.26.12 - In high school, there are champions of football, basketball and even music, but not many students can say they are champs on the ISS.
1.23.12 - We know that developments in laboratory equipment can improve a scientist's ability to perform experiments, but the reverse can happen, as well.
1.11.12 - Looking for proof of the inspirational impact of the ISS? Speak to the educators participating in the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program.
01.09.12 - NASA has selected four university teams to develop technologies for a habitat that will enable NASA deep space missions.
01.06.12 - "Insect Flight Aerodynamics and Biology in Altered Gravity Environments" will utilize NanoRacks aboard the International Space Station.
10.14.11 - Students have the chance to envision and design their own experiment for the ultimate prize -- flying it on the International Space Station.
The next class of astronaut candidates will support long-duration missions to the ISS and future deep space exploration activities.› News Release