Research: SUNY Contributes Researchers, Development, Data Analysis to NASA
Apr01

Research: SUNY Contributes Researchers, Development, Data Analysis to NASA

Three SUNY campuses may now tout relations with the world’s leading aerospace engineering organization, NASA. SUNY Oswego recently announced that three more undergraduate students will intern this summer in NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory; NASA last week announced that it will be launching a satellite into orbit which was designed by students from the University at Buffalo; and A Stony Brook University expert this year...

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Looking for Life on Mars
Mar25

Looking for Life on Mars

Up to half of all life on Earth consists of simple microorganisms hidden in rocks beneath the surface. Scientists have suggested that the same may be true for Mars. When meteorites strike the surface of Mars, they act like natural probes, bringing up rocks from far beneath the surface. Recent research has shown that many of the rocks brought up from the Martian subsurface contain clays and minerals whose chemical make-up has been...

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