Year in Space Starts for 1 American & 1 Russian

Three crew members representing the United States and Russia will spend about a year living and working aboard the space station.

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New NASA Mission Will Give the Moon its Own Moon

New NASA mission will send a spacecraft to an asteroid, pluck a boulder off its surface with a robotic claw, and bring it back in orbit around the moon.

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NASA Invites Students to Help Design With X-Hab

College students will contribute to NASA’s journey to Mars by designing systems for future space habitats through the agency’s X-Hab challenge.

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Students Learn First Hand With SpaceX's New Launch

SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft carried scientific research conceived and designed by students who are learning what it takes to conduct research in space.

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NASA Astronaut 3D Prints Wrench in Space

When International Space Station commander Barry Wilmore needed a wrench, NASA knew just what to do. They 'emailed' him one.

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10th Year of NASA's STEM Education Event

Honeywell and NASA are celebrating 10 years of collaboration with FMA Live! STEM Education, education program that inspires middle school students.

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Vivian Van Dijk met with Sciencebite Co-Founders Salman Samson Rogers & Stephane-Bertin Hoffman, with CTO Lester Perez at the Web Summit 2014 in Dublin.

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You Are Smarter Than You Think Changes School, Work Focus

You Are Smarter Than You Think embraces multiple learning talents, shifting the current levels of education performance in school and in on the job.

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NASA Developing New Materials

NASA is seeking proposals to develop and manufacture ultra-lightweight materials for aerospace vehicles and structures of the future.

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NASA'S Invites Us to 'SkyScience'

NASA is inviting people around the globe to step outside during Earth Science Week, Oct. 12-18, observe the sky and share their observations as citizen scientists.

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Yale STEP Research Reverses Effects of Alzheimer's

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have discovered STEP inhibitors that reverse the brain deficits of Alzheimer’s disease in mice.

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Experimental Ebola Drug ZMapp Arrives in Liberia

An experimental Ebola drug, ZMapp, arrived in Liberia to treat two doctors suffering from the virus, which has killed more than 1,000 people.

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BRAIN Initiative IDs Ethical Standards for Research

BRAIN Initiative identifies ethical standards to guide neuroscience research and to address ethical dilemmas regarding application.

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Are We Too Afraid to Explore Space?

On the 45th Apollo anniversary, author Rand Simberg says too few people are dying in space & an irrational risk aversion holds spaceflight hostage.

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Dr. Valter Longo Finds Fasting Slows Tumor Growth

Dr. Longo reports that fasting cycles retard growth of tumors and sensitize a range of cancer cell types to chemotherapy.

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NASA’s Medical Research on Space Station

NASA astronauts have worked with NIH researchers to conduct experiments on the space station for more than a decade.

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