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A plant texts a farmer to say it needs more water. An invisible coating scrubs pollutants from the air. A robot roams a hospital's halls, aiding doctors and nurses by recording vital signs and registrations
NASA's Spinoff 2011 publication, now available online, reveals how the space agency's ingenuity and partnerships have saved thousands of lives, generated billions of dollars, and created thousands of American jobs.
NASA has selected Chugach Federal Solutions, Inc, of Anchorage, Alaska, to support the agency-wide Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program.
The U.S. space agency says it will begin accepting aeronautics scholarship applications Sept.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has created a Web site to allow the public to comment on plans for U.S. human space flight activities. NASA said the Web site will allow the Review of U.S.
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The 2008 edition of the U.S. space agency's Spinoff publication celebrates NASA's 50th anniversary by highlighting space technology now being used on Earth.
The U.S. space agency and Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library, have created a comprehensive Internet compilation of NASA images.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.