The creation of technologies and innovation needed to maintain NASA leadership in space while also benefiting America's economy.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden toured a cutting-edge facility at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where high-tech manufacturing is creating parts for a next-generation rocket that will launch astronauts to more distant destinations than ever before.
The NASA team behind Robonaut 2 has been awarded the AIAA Space Automation and Robotics Award for 2013.
The NIAC Program's 2013 Spring Symposium will be held March 12-14, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. REGISTER HERE!
NASA is looking forward as well as reflecting upon recent payoffs in its portfolio of space technology investments.
To stimulate a collaborative dialogue and foster new partnerships between industry, academia, and government.
The 2013 NIAC Phase I NASA Research Announcement is now available on NSPIRES.
In the future, small robots similar to the SPHERES experiment could perform routine maintenance and give astronauts more time for science experiments.
Robotics shine at NASA HQ
Composite cryotank project delivers major milestone