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Knowledge Forum Focuses on Project Effectiveness

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   The Academy’s second Knowledge Forum addressed how organizations acquire and transfer the knowledge they need to staff successful projects.

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Research Brief: Students View Aerospace as Exciting, Innovative, and Challenging

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   Aerospace compares favorably to other industries in terms of challenge, excitement and educational opportunities, according to a Massachusetts Institute of Technology survey of students. The demographic challenges facing the aerospace industry have been the subject of extensive discussion by NASA, the National Academies of Science, and other […]

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ISS Wins Collier Trophy

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   The International Space Station was awarded the 2009 Collier Trophy.

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Simple Lessons that Are Not Easy

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   Retired NASA veteran Gus Guastaferro shared lessons learned during his career at the Academy’s second Principal Investigators Forum.

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Message from the Academy Director: Knowledge Explosion

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   NASA is undergoing a knowledge explosion—and not a moment too late..

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NASA on the Hill: Lessons Learned about Volcanic Ash Impact on Aviation

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   In response to recent volcanic activity that disrupted European air travel, the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics held hearings to learn about the impact of volcanic ash on aviation.

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This Month in NASA History: Pioneer Venus Orbiter

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   The Pioneer Venus Orbiter mission, launched on May 20, 1978, is one of only a handful of missions to study Venus.

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Academy Hosts Second Principal Investigator Forum

May 28, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 5   Principal investigators, project managers, and project scientists gathered to exchange stories and knowledge at the second Principal Investigator Forum in Annapolis, Maryland.

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