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Hypersonic specialists from UniSQ gear up for NASA-led capsule observation

A team of hypersonics experts from the University of Southern Queensland is among the research teams across the globe that are slated to gather in the USA for the NASA-led HORIS observation project that will study a capsule descending to Earth on 24 September carrying a sample of asteroid material.

UTEP teams up with NASA to 3D-print batteries from lunar and Martian soil

The University of Texas at El Paso has joined a National Aeronautics and Space Administration-led initiative to use 3D printing techniques in order to produce rechargeable batteries from lunar and Martian regolith, the top layer of minerals that covers the moon's and Mars' surfaces.

First Nations STEM students invited for NASA internships in California

Monash University is calling on Indigenous STEM students across Australia to become NASA’s newest interns at its Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California 

NASA invests in 3D printing, quantum tech to advance climate research

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said it is eyeing two new institutes to advance technology critical to engineering and climate research as the space agency plans to develop multidisciplinary research and technology programs to support long-term exploration goals.

Nissan to introduce autonomous drive vehicles on the market by 2020

Japan's second-largest automotive company, Nissan, has announced that it will collaborate with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), through its North American-based organisation, to...

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