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NASA Seeks Innovative Ideas About Human Health Challenges

"NASA's interest in technology development and problem solving in the area of human health issues makes hosting this discussion among innovators and thought leaders a natural fit," NASA's Deputy Administrator Lori Garver said. "Solutions to health issues here on Earth have the potential to benefit space explorers of the future, as well as humankind overall."

USAID Partners With NASA, NIKE and State Department to Address Global Health Challenges

"Proposals will be accepted until September 13, 2010 when the challenge will close and the winners will be selected. Those who are selected will be invited to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida Oct. 30-31 where the LAUNCH: Health forum will take place."

NASA Announcement of Opportunity To Participate in NASA's LAUNCH: Health Project

"NASA, USAID, Department of State, and NIKE joined together to host LAUNCH in an effort to identify, showcase and support innovative approaches to sustainability challenges through a series of forums. LAUNCH searches for visionaries, whose world-class ideas, technologies or programs show great promise for making tangible impacts on society. Through the next LAUNCH series, up to ten innovators and 40 thought leaders will come together to address an issue that affects every human: health."

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