Read about Game Changing Development highlights and accomplishments in 2012.
Learn about NASA's advanced space technologies spun off to create medical innovations applied right here on Earth.
While we invest in space technology for science, it advances our economy and paves the way to an innovative future.
NASA is preparing to fly a small, low-mass Deep Space Atomic Clock that can greatly improve deep space navigation and radio science.
Feature Interview with Principal Investigator Dr. Neil Cheatwood.
"I have seen wonders beyond description," said Boston, a professor of cave and karst science at New Mexico Tech, during her keynote address Nov. 14 at the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Fall Symposium in Hampton, Va.
View the 2012 Space Technology Research Opportunities for Early Stage Innovations selections.
Braun, former chief technologist at NASA, shared some optimism Nov. 2 during the inaugural lecture for the National Institute of Aerospace's 10th anniversary lecture series.
Spinoff may help astronauts stay healthier in space with the added benefit of assisting paraplegics in walking here on Earth.
NASA seeks Space Technology Research Fellowship applicants.