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America's entrepreneurs and innovators invited to compete in designing clean transportation infrastructure WASHINGTON, Oct. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the U.S.
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NASA's pioneering use of prize competitions and innovation challenges is a dramatic departure from government's traditional "business as usual."
NASA's Centennial Challenges program awarded $350,000 this week to a pair of designers who developed concepts for more flexible space gloves that could make it easier for astronauts to perform tasks.
A Seattle team has won a $900,000 prize in a NASA-supported competition to develop the concept of a space elevator.
The Innovative Partnerships Program at NASA Headquarters in Washington is offering an opportunity for the public to help shape the prize challenges the agency offers to America's future citizen-inventors.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The second annual statewide "Green Energy ...
Scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs will be able to vie for a grand prize of $10 million, and smaller prizes reaching millions of dollars, under House-passed legislation to encourage research into hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
It's the ultimate robot reality show: 43 contestants battling for a spot in a government-sponsored desert race intended to speed development of unmanned military combat vehicles. The reward? A $2 million cash prize.
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