A campaign to promote research opportunities and discoveries of the International Space Station among scientists across the country. A secondary goal of this campaign is to increase awareness of space station achievements among the general public.
233 researchers attended seven space sation business development events
The University of Arizona partnered with NASA to develop new Earth observation technology
Three researchers at Emory University expressed great interest in submitting to a STEM Cell RFP
A campaign to promote the NASA Johnson Space Center internship program and STEM education.
7.5 million views on YouTube
Increased awareness of NASA Johnson
internship program and increased traffic to nasa.gov
National media coverage: LA Times, Huffington Post, Houston Chronicle, Denver Post, Wired.com
NASA Press Release_Women in STEM (pdf)Download
Orion Exploration Flight Test Fact Sheet (pdf)Download
Undergraduate Students Test Bone and Muscle Experiments Aboard Reduced Gravity Flight (pdf)Download
JSC Features: The Movement of Molecules (pdf)Download
JSC Features - Johnson Space Center Celebrates 50th anniversary (pdf)Download