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Imaging Technology on Mars Breaks New Ground

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by  Danny Scheffer 

While the rest of the world continues to talk about autonomous vehicles, NASA recently landed one on another planet! On February 18th, 2021, the Mars 2020 mission delivered the Perseverance rover safely to the planet’s surface. The world watched, albeit not exactly in real-time, as the rover entered the planet’s atmosphere, descended and finally landed.

The Paradigm Shift to Embracing Remote Work at NASA

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Ed Faulkner, SAIC VP of programs, chats with Huntsville, Alabama CBS affiliate WHNT about the space agency's adoption of remote work and collaboration, thanks to SAIC's digital transformation services, solutions, and support. Faulkner discusses how secure cloud computing and virtual infrastructure have enabled NASA's staff to continue working and innovating remotely.

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Help for Families in the New World of Home Schooling

As the living room becomes the new classroom, HP and partners including NASA, Britannica, and TIME for Kids are providing aid to families navigating distance learning.
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By Stephanie Walden 

HP Inc. Launches Digital Learning Partnerships to Support Students and Schools Impacted by COVID-19

HP and HP Foundation to Donate Nearly $8M in Products and Grants Globally
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News Highlights:

  • Creates consortium including TIME for Kids, NASA and Britannica to provide immediate relief and printed curriculum to U.S. school districts
  • HP and HP Foundation commit to donate an estimated $8M in products and grants to support blended learning and local communities impacted by COVID-19 worldwide
  • Increases outreach to bring HP LIFE’s 30+ free courses around the world and drives new learning partnerships in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa
  • Launches BeOnline, Print, Play & Learn and HP Refresh, free online resources to support millions globally who have transitioned to remote learning
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News Highlights:

  • Creates consortium including TIME for Kids, NASA and Britannica to provide immediate relief and printed curriculum to U.S. school districts
  • HP and HP Foundation commit to donate an estimated $8M in products and grants to support blended learning and local communities impacted by COVID-19 worldwide
  • Increases outreach to bring HP LIFE’s 30+ free courses around the world and drives new learning partnerships in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa
  • Launches BeOnline, Print, Play & Learn and HP Refresh, free online resources to support millions globally who have transitioned to remote learning

Bechtel Mentors 100 Girls in First-Ever STEAM Summer Camp in the Balkans

Bechtel partnered with governments of Kosovo and the US, as well as the leadership development initiative Girl Up and other companies to host the first-ever girls’ summer camp in the Balkans.
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LONDON, /3BL Media/ — Bechtel partnered with governments of Kosovo and the United States, as well as the leadership development initiative Girl Up and other companies to host the first-ever girls’ summer camp in the Balkans focused on science, technology, engineering, art and design and math.

HPE Builds Nasa New Supercomputer to Support Future Human Mission to Moon

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IN THIS ARTICLE

  • New supercomputer, called Aitken, will run complex simulations for future entry, descent, and landing (EDL) on the moon
  • Aitken is highly energy efficient, residing in NASA Ames’ new modular supercomputing that will replace the need for a cooling tower and millions of gallons of water
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IN THIS ARTICLE

  • New supercomputer, called Aitken, will run complex simulations for future entry, descent, and landing (EDL) on the moon
  • Aitken is highly energy efficient, residing in NASA Ames’ new modular supercomputing that will replace the need for a cooling tower and millions of gallons of water

Karen Fields, Her Parents, and Booz Allen: Supporting NASA for 50 Years—and Beyond

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A passion for space exploration runs in Karen Fields’ family. Her father ran NASA’s Zero Gravity program, which trains astronauts for space flight by flying planes in parabolic arcs over the Gulf of Mexico. Her mother supported science experiments for NASA’s payload operations. And as Karen watched the space shuttle missions evolve during her childhood and teen years, she knew she wanted to be part of the NASA mission.

National Geographic Unveils Free Science Education Programs Inspired by New Series “One Strange Rock”

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On the eve of the premiere of One Strange Rock, the thrilling 10-part documentary series exploring the conditions that create life on Earth, 21st Century Fox’s National Geographic has launched a suite of educational tools designed to bring to life some of the series’ key scientific lessons. The resources are available completely free for educators and include activities for students of all a

Delos-Commissioned Research Underscores Effectiveness of Naava Green Wall Air Purification Technology

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The future of office design has begun to turn “outside-in” as the best of the natural world begins to infiltrate our interior environments. From Amazon’s recently opened plant-filled office in Seattle, WA to Google’s biophilic Chicago headquarters, this movement is taking shape in some of the most innovative organizations and offices in the world. Leading this charge is Finnish health technology company Naava, a global pioneer in botanic indoor air purification.

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