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NASATalk Features Student Projects and Seismic Monitoring Updates PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendyl Morris   
Friday, 27 April 2012 05:15

Robotics Workshop at WJU-CET May 11 - 12thNXTwArm

A trainer from the University of Nebraska GEAR-Tech-21 program will conduct the two-day May workshop on Robotics, GPS and Geographical Information systems (GIS). The workshop begins a week from Friday at 4 p.m. at the Wheeling Jesuit University Center for Educational Technologies in Wheeling, WV. The robotics portions may be a good review for experienced FLL coaches. Read More...

2012 OhioView SATELLITES (GLOBE) Student Conference

Satellites LogoThe 2012 OhioView SATELLITES (GLOBE) Student Conference was held at Penta Career Center in Perrysburg, Ohio Tuesday, April 17, where 45 students were presented by students. Take a look at Dr. C’s Blog for a full list of the winners by grade level and to see pictures of some of the students’ projects. Read More…

Seismic Monitoring Updates across the U.S.

NASA and NSF have recently announced implementing seismic related technology programs for both the western and eastern coasts, to places like West Virginia. Check out these announcements and share your comments here on NASATalk. Read More... And for more on NASATalk read Turn Your Computer into a Seismometer.

More Than 500 Students Participated in NASA Student Launch Projects Challenge

More than 500 students, representing 53 middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities in 28 states, launched rockets of their own design, complete with working science payloads or engineering payloads. The students launched rockets of their own design at Bragg Farms in Toney, Ala. Read More…

Last Updated on Friday, 04 May 2012 04:37