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Scientist From NASA Makes The Aurora Borealis In A Big Glass Jar #technology

Scientist From NASA Makes The Aurora Borealis In A Big Glass Jar

Scientist From NASA Makes The Aurora Borealis In A Big Glass Jar #technology

A Vision Into The Future Of Smart Glass Technology    via PSFK: http://www.psfk.com/2012/02/future-of-smart-glass.html#ixzz1m0o7v8Jh

A Vision Into The Future Of Smart Glass Technology [Video

A Vision Into The Future Of Smart Glass Technology via PSFK: http://www.psfk.com/2012/02/future-of-smart-glass.html#ixzz1m0o7v8Jh

High-speed cutting for medical engineering - Siemens Global Website

High-speed cutting for medical engineering - Siemens Global Website

Nottingham student invents 3D road signs

Nottingham student invents 3D road signs

Meet David Chan, Research Aerospace Engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center - His main focus is wind tunnel testing and working on the aerodynamic database for the various vehicles in the Orion program, including the crew module and the launch abort system. The crew module will be capable of carrying four crew members beyond low Earth orbit.

Meet David Chan, Research Aerospace Engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center - His main focus is wind tunnel testing and working on the aerodynamic database for the various vehicles in the Orion program, including the crew module and the launch abort system. The crew module will be capable of carrying four crew members beyond low Earth orbit.

As he watched the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster unfold on TV, Charles Poupard never imagined he'd end up helping with the debris recovery effort of Columbia tragedy.

As he watched the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster unfold on TV, Charles Poupard never imagined he'd end up helping with the debris recovery effort of Columbia tragedy.

Sen. Kaine and Director Roe Offer Encouragement to Virginia Teachers

Sen. Kaine and Director Roe Offer Encouragement to Virginia Teachers

Chad Stephens fixes sensors to the head of colleague Kyle Ellis to measure brain activity during a test of the Multi-Attribute Test Battery software.

Chad Stephens fixes sensors to the head of colleague Kyle Ellis to measure brain activity during a test of the Multi-Attribute Test Battery software.

Tokyo 2007 Preview: Suzuki PIXY + SSC

Tokyo 2007 Preview: Suzuki PIXY + SSC

The ongoing development of vehicles offering two modes of transport was a key trend evident at Auto China last week. Personal transportation needs are changing and Geely and BMW are the latest to demonstrate cars with inclusive last-mile transport.

Toyota robotic technology aimed at helping patient’s ambulate and rehab quicker

Toyota robotic technology aimed at helping patient’s ambulate and rehab quicker

The second in a three-part series on how scientists can use crowdfunding to finance a research project.

The second in a three-part series on how scientists can use crowdfunding to finance a research project.

NASA - An Intern's Story: A Glimmer of Hope

Ryan Ligon

NASA - An Intern's Story: A Glimmer of Hope

The six-member Expedition 37 crew is keeping busy with science experiments and maintenance work while it waits for three more crew members

Expedition 37 Update: Nov. 5, 2013

The six-member Expedition 37 crew is keeping busy with science experiments and maintenance work while it waits for three more crew members

Being a general manager and chef at NASA Langley has required Francisco to rewire his brain a bit.

Center Snapshot: Steve Francisco

Being a general manager and chef at NASA Langley has required Francisco to rewire his brain a bit.