NASA’s HyTEC to Help Jets Burn Less Fuel

HyTEC, or Hybrid Thermally Efficient Core, is a NASA project kicked off in June 2021 seeking…

NASA Uses Cleveland Landmark for Microgravity Research in the 1960s

In the 1960s, NASA technicians used the elevator shaft of the iconic Cleveland landmark, the Terminal…

Students Compete to Improve Everyday Life on the Space Station

Student teams from all over the country gathered at NASA’s Johnson Space Center to present ideas…

Human Spaceflight Technologies Benefitting Earth

Space exploration and its relationship with Earth is symbiotic. Often, what works for one benefits the…

Small Spacecraft Electric Propulsion Opens New Deep Space Opportunities

Innovators at NASA Glenn Research Center are developing small lightweight electric propulsion thrusters to propel small…

Space Station’s Quest for the Secrets of Fire

Researchers completed a series of experiments on the International Space Station that explored flame behavior without…

NASA’s New Material Built to Withstand Extreme Conditions

NASA innovators have developed a new metal alloy using a 3D printing process to improve strength…

Return of the Battling Robots: NASA Volunteers Support Robotics Competition

The FIRST Robotics Buckeye Regional Competition returned to Cleveland in March, and NASA Glenn supported it…

NASA Glenn Newsletter Endures Test of Time

In 1999, NASA Glenn employees enjoyed a newly designed and named employee newsletter. Click…

NASA Glenn Innovations Make Life Better, Boost Economy

At NASA centers across the country, the Technology Transfer Offices connect companies with NASA’s inventions and…