Beyond developing current missions, NASA's job is to invest in technologies that might seem like sci-fi—but could hold the keys to the next generation of space missions. After all, a century ago, the idea of a lunar landing probably seemed almost like pure sensational fiction. And this week, NASA picked the five…
A new grant from the U.S. Army Research Office will split $855,000 between three research teams working on so-called "4D printing." By military budget standards, that’s chump change—but it hints at a huge future for a technology that’s been lingering on the horizon for years.
The White House announced today plans to better utilize the torrent of data produced by agencies like the departments of Energy and Defense. The administration intends to invest $200 million in developing systems to better share and dissect large bodies of information.
Washington State, no stranger to the environment or tourism in the Cascade Mountains, will soon install a number of EV charging stations in that region for the slew of electric vehicles that will inevitably vacation there alongside their green masters.