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Women@NASA: Tahani Amer
I am an American Muslim NASA employee who grew up in a suburb of Cairo, Egypt. I have always strived to live by three simple principles: Please God and you will please all. Education is the key to opportunity. Serve others with compassion and kindness. If one thinks about these principles, it is very simple. You have general guidance about values and ethics from God and his books, self-det...
'MacGyver' Robot Turns Obstacles Into Tools; Military Funds Development
'MacGyver' robot turns obstacles into tools and the military funds development.
Video Of The Week: FEMA & U.S. Army Corps Debris Mission
This feature showcases one video each Friday that captures the essence of innovation, technology and new ideas happening in government today. It’s been 30 days since Hurricane Sandy reached land on the Northern East Coast, killing over 125 people and causing billions of dollars of damage. Watch this week's Video of the Week to see how the the US Army Corps of Engineers and the�Federal ...
Women@NASA: Mentor Inspires Next Generation of Female Scientists
This is one among a collection of videos and essays from women who contribute to NASA's mission. They are part of the agency's efforts to create a collaborative and supportive community of women at the agency, inspire girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to encourage openness and accountability at NASA. Growing up in India, newly liberated from B...
Airbus Hopes for Lift From A440 Atlas
The A440M Atlas, Airbus's first foray into military aircraft, has been delayed for years due to problems with its engines. Now the aircraft is almost ready to enter service as Airbus aims to compete with Boeing and Lockheed-Martin for military contracts. WSJ's Daniel Michaels reports.
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The accelerated bridge construction feature is among the most gee-whiz of the new innovations, because it can take place in a very short time frame using pieces that are put together – erector set style – in remote locations and then lifted or slid into place. This technique cuts down on the number of hours or days a road needs to be closed and can sometimes take place overnight.Take f...
What's Obama Hiding? - Why Don't We Care About Obama's Drone Secrets?
The President talks about the importance of transparency, but when it comes to drones, he's less than forthcoming. Are we giving the President too much of a pass? Alyona Minkovski is joined by guests Cora Currier, Clint Watts, David Brin and Nathan Wessler to discuss.
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Raytheon Unveils Silent Electronics Zapping Bomb
AOL Defense Editor Colin Clark talks to Mike Booen of Raytheon about new technology that uses high powered microwaves to disable enemy electronics.
Emergency Alert System For the Deaf and Blind
As we roll toward severe weather season, Fort Worth is rolling out a new warning system. It will make sure those who can't see or hear the warnings still know about them.
MANASSAS, Va.: Buzzing a runway in 200-knot low-level passes and steep, nose-up climbs, Eurocopter's silver X3 hybrid helicopter looked like something out of a James Bond movie as it performed for the media last week. The X3 (pronounced "X-cubed") stopped off at Manassas Regional Airport as part of a U.S. tour that ended Thursday at the Pentagon, where Eurocopter hopes to sell several ty...
Watch The Sammies Winners: Federal Employee Of The Year Goes To...
The Partnership for Public Service honored the nine winners of this year's Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals�at a Washington, D.C. gala Thursday evening. This video features�Lynne Mofenson�of the National Institutes of Health, who received the top award, Federal Employee of the Year, for her pivotal role in preventing the AIDS epidemic among children by developing ways to p...
Lockheed Martin President Bob Stevens
Colin Clark talks to Lockheed Martin President Bob Stevens.
Women@NASA: Karen Gundy-Burlet*
When I was growing up, my father owned a service station, and my mother was an accountant. Because they both worked, I was fortunate to spend a lot of time with my grandparents when I was growing up. I loved when my Grandmother would bring out her picture albums and tell me wonderful stories about her brother, Floyd Kelso – a barnstormer. He and his wing walker, Auggie Peddlar, performed...
The government I.T. business in the U.S. is estimated at $172 billion, but the software running the government is 30 years old and it's preventing accountability.
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