There’s more space in your life than you think! Spinoff highlights NASA technologies that benefit life on Earth in the form of commercial products. More than 2,000 spinoffs since 1976 have been profiled—for example, rodent research that contributes to osteoporosis treatments; fabric spun of reflective space insulation that lines lightweight rain jackets; memory foam that supports and shapes women’s apparel; technology measuring Webb mirrors that boosts LASIK eye surgery precision; and clean-air tech for spacecraft that helped fight the pandemic.
Conservation and protection of wildlife species and their habitats are at the core of the Wildlife.net mission. The group’s focus is on building a community and network of members from around the world who care about the environment humans share with wildlife species and are inspired to protect nature and integrate nature into their communities.
Carnegie Institution for Science has launched a new suite of websites that were designed to be as creative as their researchers and to showcase the scale of their expertise, spanning from genomes to ecosystems and from planets to the cosmos.