RF & Microwave Electronics
Semiconductors & ICs
Robotics, Automation & Control
Test & Measurement
Manufacturing & Prototyping
Materials & Coatings
Mechanical & Fluid Systems
After the Phoenix lander settled into the northern polar region of Mars in 2008, its operators discovered that icy soil scraped from the planet’s surface was...
When Michael Markesbery, future cofounder of Oros, climbed the tallest mountain in the Swiss Alps with friends, he was bundled up with so many bulky layers he...
A class of insulation invented to help NASA with a range of daunting tasks, from storing liquid hydrogen or helium to insulating spacecraft and keeping astronauts...
NASA harnesses the power of light for purposes as varied as laser communications, 3D mapping of land surfaces, and spectroscopy to determine the composition of...
Lack of sleep could be costing the U.S. economy around $411 billion a year, according to a 2016 estimate by the RAND Corporation. That same year,...
In 2004, a team of researchers at New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) was trying to develop a substance that would glow to indicate the presence of...
When Stennis Space Center officials wanted to try more energy-efficient lighting in the center’s rocket engine test stands, they couldn’t simply go...
The goal is a fresh and tasty salad on Mars. While other NASA programs are working on getting to the Red Planet, the Agency’s Veggie team is figuring out how to grow...
Fires were raging in Northern California in June 2008, at the height of one of the state’s most destructive wildfire seasons in history, and one blaze was...
NASA has been taking pictures of Earth from space for as long as the Space Agency has been around—and well before Boston-based startup TellusLabs began using...
An apple a day keeps the doctor away—but how do you bring enough apples, and other fresh food, all the way to Mars and back? Given the limits on how...
For climate scientists, the whole Earth is a laboratory. They need to observe what is happening across the entire planet over long swaths of...
When an educational agency contacted NASA engineer Geoff Bland in 2010, wondering about a way to monitor ponds and streams where water samples were being...
Once you’ve designed a robot that can autonomously explore planetary terrains, putting the same technology in cars, toys, and drones seems...
At the top of the food chain, an apex predator hunts without fear of being hunted. That’s why MSC Software Corporation branded its latest software...
National Ignition Facility Sets New Laser Energy Record
Here's an Idea: Engineering Real-Life 'Superpowers'
DARPA Demonstrates 'Shape-Shifting' Wheel Technology for Future Combat Vehicles
To Communicate, Researchers Test the Power of Touch
A ‘Green’ Concrete Calls for Less Cement, More Ash
New Way to Create Stretchable Electronic Tattoos
Managing Big Data for ADAS & Automated Vehicles
Making Autonomous Vehicles Safe with Simulation
Biosensor Technology: Driving Advances in Healthcare
Spacecraft Thermal Management: Board, Box and System Level Solutions
Smart Cities and the V2X Factor
Simulating the Real World – Using Programmable Resistors for Sensor Simulation in Test