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In the coming days, the United States Senate will consider the confirmation of Dr. France Córdova as director of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). If confirmed, Dr. Córdova will be the latest in a line of distinguished scientists to lead the nearly $7 billion agency, the most important source of funding for basic research outside of the biomedical […]
The next U.S. commercial spacecraft to fly to the International Space Station has been named for Gordon Fullerton, the late NASA astronaut who helped to deploy air-launched rockets built by the same company behind the space freighter.
Here's a robot video that I found interesting: NAO asks you a series of math questions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc...). The way NAO asks a question is both oral and visual at the same time. NAO writes the equation while saying it. Then you have two ways to give your answer, which is either based [...]