Science Activation’s PLACES Team Facilitates Second Professional Learning Institute

3 min read Science Activation’s PLACES Team Facilitates Second Professional Learning Institute The NASA Science Activation Program’s Place-Based Learning to Advance Connections, Education, and Stewardship (PLACES) team successfully led their second Professional Learning (PL) Summer Institute (SI) at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff, Arizona from June 11-13, 2024. The team led a group of [...]

Science Activation’s PLACES Team Facilitates Second Professional Learning Institute2024-07-17T17:04:05+00:00

NASA STEM Program for Indigenous Communities Honored for Excellence

2 min read Preparations for Next Moonwalk Simulations Underway (and Underwater) An image of a new lodge on Anishnaabe lands in Ontario, Canada, 2023. NASA has been selected by the International Astronautical Federation to receive its 2024 “3G” Diversity Award, which recognizes organizations for their contributions to fostering geographic, generational, and gender diversity in the [...]

NASA STEM Program for Indigenous Communities Honored for Excellence2024-07-17T16:06:33+00:00

The New UK Government Wants Clean Energy, Sustainable Aviation Fuel, and Public Transport Reform

Legislation in coming years will set up a publicly owned clean power company and leverage the Crown Estate for investment in green infrastructure.Read More 

The New UK Government Wants Clean Energy, Sustainable Aviation Fuel, and Public Transport Reform2024-07-17T14:05:18+00:00

NASA, Universities Take Learning Out of Classroom

From left, team members Annie Meier, Malay Shah, and Jamie Toro assemble the flight hardware for NASA’s Orbital Syngas Commodity Augmentation Reactor, or OSCAR, on Oct. 10, 2019, in the Space Station Processing Facility at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. OSCAR began as an Early Career Initiative project at the spaceport that studies [...]

NASA, Universities Take Learning Out of Classroom2024-07-17T13:05:59+00:00

Cutting-Edge Technology Could Massively Reduce the Amount of Energy Used for Air Conditioning

Roughly 10 percent of the world’s energy is used for cooling, with much of the necessary electricity generated by fossil fuels. Companies need to make AC much more efficient—as soon as possible.Read More 

Cutting-Edge Technology Could Massively Reduce the Amount of Energy Used for Air Conditioning2024-07-16T11:05:27+00:00
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