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  • Political turmoil could give California rocket firm edge over Russians

    Political turmoil could give California rocket firm edge over Russians
    Political fallout over the seizure of Crimea has caused the U.S. government to rethink its partnership with Russia on space programs, which has bolstered business prospects for a historic California rocket company. Engineers at Aerojet Rocketdyne in...
  • Tres astronautas verán el partido entre EEUU y Alemania desde el espacio

    Tres astronautas verán el partido entre EEUU y Alemania desde el espacio
    Para muchos seguidores, la experiencia de ver a su selección de fútbol en el Mundial se transformará en un hecho inolvidable, pero seguramente no tanto como lo será para los astronautas estadounidense y alemanes que verán el encuentro entre sus países a...
  • Engineering & Green Technology Academy Students Graduate As A Family

    Engineering & Green Technology Academy Students Graduate As A Family
    HARTFORD — In need of a school that would provide daytime care for her son, Amarylis Aguilar transferred from Bulkeley High School to Hartford Public High School's Academy of Engineering and Green Technology during her freshman year. While she...
  • Brave new world of airplanes and airships filled the sky for June 11, 1920 opening of Langley research lab

    Brave new world of airplanes and airships filled the sky for June 11, 1920 opening of Langley research lab
    A brave new world of aerial might and innovation filled the skies over Hampton Roads on June 11, 1920 when Army and Navy aviators gathered to celebrate the opening of the pioneering Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory in Hampton. Led by Brig. Gen....
  • NASA releases best images yet of a near-Earth asteroid [Video]

    NASA releases best images yet of a near-Earth asteroid [Video]
    An asteroid nicknamed "the beast" zipped by Earth last weekend, and NASA's telescopes were ready. The video below represents some of the most detailed images of a near-Earth asteroid ever taken, according to the space agency. The asteroid officially...
  • TEDx conference coming to the Ted in Norfolk

    TEDx conference coming to the Ted in Norfolk
    After more than three years of planning, a regional daylong TEDx event called "Relevant Progress" is coming to Hampton Roads on June 20, organizers say. "I hope the folks walk away inspired by what they see in the region, and they can start a...
  • 4 tips on landing a government contract

    One of J. Bruce Camino's first assignments as a government contractor was to design a dog kennel for the Marine Corps center at Twentynine Palms, Calif., a minor project that ended up laying the foundation for the young architect's future company. A good...
  • Scientist Pursues Passion More Than Pay

    Scientist Pursues Passion More Than Pay
    GLASTONBURY — When you first walk into Thoughtventions Unlimited, it looks like the junky garage of a man with heavy-duty tinkering interests. There's a 25-year-old scanning electron microscope covered in dust. "Haven't used it in 10 years,"...
  • Climate change emerges in Florida governor's race

    Climate change emerges in Florida governor's race
    TALLAHASSEE – Climate change is not a new issue in Florida policymaking circles, but it's making an inconvenient intrusion into Florida's gubernatorial contest. Gov. Rick Scott has been taking heat over the past two weeks because he's repeatedly...
  • Small-town Ohio, NASA and the American RV [w/videos]

     
    Filed under: Classics, Etc., Videos What is it about Jackson Center that has kept Airstream here for more than 60 years? There is no hotel in Jackson Center, OH. Leave your smartphone on for too long, and the battery will die searching for a cell signal.....
  • Glenbard teachers look to add climate change to curriculum

     Glenbard teachers look to add climate change to curriculum
    The topic of climate change will be getting more traction in science classes in Glenbard High School District 87 and at Jay Stream Middle School in Carol Stream. This comes after a group of science teachers from those schools recently attended a one-day...