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NASA Can't Figure Out How To Promote Good News About Space
NASA Can't Figure Out How To Promote Good News About Space

NIH Director Francis Collins and NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins to Keynote Joint Session at ISSRDC “The 2021 International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC) will include a virtual keynote session that will feature two key science figures: National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins and NASA astronaut Dr. Kate Rubins.” The Smithsonian’s Dr. Ellen Stofan and NASA’s Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen to Keynote Day 2 Session at ISSRDC […]

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  • July 22, 2021
NASA Orders A Review Of CASIS (Update)

LEO commercialization is an important priority for the future space economy. NASA is calling for an independent review team to evaluate the ISS Nat’l Lab, managed by CASIS, to ensure we are on mission & appropriately resourced to produce breakthroughs that improve lives on Earth. — Jim Bridenstine (@JimBridenstine) August 14, 2019 This independent review will be led by Elizabeth R. Cantwell, the Senior Vice President of Research & Innovation […]

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  • August 14, 2019
NASA/CASIS Ignores NASA's Own ISS Research Announcements

Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) Releases AO for International Research Participation on ISS Kibo Module “The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) has released an Announcement of Opportunity (AO) to fund experiments to be conducted aboard the Japanese Experiment Module, Kibo, on the International Space Station in FY2014 or later. JAXA is recruiting proposals that “make full use of the Kibo’s unique environment that will have major impacts on science, technology, industry and […]

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  • May 2, 2012
CASIS Webinar Today: Learn What They Are – and Are Not Doing

Jeanne Becker, Director, Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Space News “CASIS will ultimately act as a networking service between space scientists, payload integration specialists and, in some cases, investors. It will also be a financial analyst of sorts, evaluating candidate science projects for those with the potential to generate profitable spinoff products. The first CASIS solicitation for ISS-bound research is due toward the end of the fledgling […]

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  • February 28, 2012