By Bo Schwerin It was an unlikely moment for inspiration. Engineers David Wolf and Ray Schwarz stopped by their lab around midday. Wolf, of Johnson Space Center, and Schwarz, with NASA contractor Krug Life Sciences (now Wyle Laboratories Inc.), were part of a team tasked with developing a unique technology with the potential to […]
By Bo Schwerin Much deserved attention is given to the feats of innovation that allow humans to live in space and robotic explorers to beam never-before-seen images back to Earth.
By Bo Schwerin Medical technology developed for the space station improves remote diagnostics on Earth.
By Bo Schwerin One morning in 1990, a group of Glenn Research Center employees arrived to find their workspace upended by an apparent hurricane.