Hundreds of students explored the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the Aerospace Valley Regional Science Olympiad.
Students from Kraft Elementary School in Hampton, Va., learned how Isaac Newton's laws of motion apply to bowling and the Mars Curiosity rover.
Looking through colored filters and spectral glasses, 526 people at the South by Southwest festival broke the record for the Largest Astronomy Lesson.
03.13.13 - NASA's week-long History of Winter workshop allows elementary and secondary science teachers to work hand-in-glove with glaciologists while learning about research tools and techniques used in field studies of snow and ice.
Explore the violent nature of our sun at the peak of solar activity with this year's Sun-Earth Days celebration on March 22, 2013.
In honor of Pi Day, JPL Education highlights just some of the ways scientists and engineers use Pi and lets you take on a Pi challenge of your own.
03.07.13 - A beautiful comet with a bulky name is making an appearance this month for lucky sky-watchers in some parts of the world.
Einstein's theories predict gravitational waves. How will we ever know whether they really exist?
Find information and activities related to rain, snow and other forms of precipitation that affect every part of life on Earth.
Kennedy Space Center reaches out to students, especially elementary-age girls, with its newest team member and mascot Luna*Bot.
02.21.13 - Wonder what it's like to control a camera on the International Space Station? More than 30,000 students found out as part of the EarthKAM mission.
02.15.2013 - Students from across North America recently participated in a real NASA Mars mission
02.14.2013 - The first four Airborne Astronomy Ambassador (AAA) educators returned safely to Earth, landing in Palmdale, Calif. early in the morning Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, after completing their initial flight on NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA.
02.21.13 - A NASA project that allows students to use a camera on a spacecraft orbiting Mars for research has received a new education prize from the journal Science.
02.20.13 - Teachers are parlaying interest in the DISCOVER-AQ campaign into science lessons for students.
NASA Einstein fellow and teacher Jenay Sharp Leach gives a firsthand account of how NASA's approach to discovery and exploration inspires students.
Learn more about Galileo Galilei, the first person to use a telescope to study the night sky.
Register today to help the Dawn Science Team investigate and analyze high-resolution images of the giant asteroid Vesta.
NASA employees and guests paid tribute during an annual event to honor astronauts who perished in the conquest of space.
02.05.13 - Up to the challenge of playing a game where you're in control of airplanes in a piece of the nation's skies? Yup, there's an app for that.