The official launch of the latest version of RETScreen Clean Energy Project Analysis Software was announced by Canada's Environment Minister, John Baird, on Tuesday in Bali, Indonesia, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
A panel of leading research scientists and policy makers convened at the College of William and Mary on Nov. 29, 2007, to discuss the latest findings on approaches to deal with the impact of global climate change on Virginians.
A NASA mission that studies the Earth's energy balance, which controls the planet's temperature and climate, marked 10 years since its first instrument was launched.
Scientists were introduced at a recent conference to the latest instruments and techniques that allow a more accurate and precise look at the composition of the Earth's atmosphere.
The Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) has been managing earth science data at NASA Langley since 1992.
Joseph Zawodny was a graduate student at the University of Colorado when he learned to operate the university’s observatory and to take and develop photos using film.
Since the summer of 2001, NASA Langley's DEVELOP students have been working to turn billions of bits of NASA science data into reality – a virtual 3-D reality called the CAVE.
Heavy books, dusty blackboards and long lectures -- unavoidable components of a formal education.
Mlynczak was presented the 2007 UMSL Distinguished Alumni Award on Sept. 25, one of many he has been honored with since building on the strong foundation he began cultivating as an undergraduate at UMSL.
NASA scientific sleuths solve mystery and help save the U.S. Constitution and other legendary icons of political prose.