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Solar Power, Origami-Style
Origami has been a hot topic in technology recently. Brian Trease at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been thinking about how it could be used in spacecraft. Read the news release 'Solar Power, Origami-Style'

The Future is Now: Concepts Chosen for Study
Five technology proposals, including one from JPL, have been selected for continued study under the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program. Read the news release 'The Future is Now: Concepts Chosen for Study'

Science Fair Project Spins Up NASA Hurricane Study
With the help of a JPL researcher, high school intern Alice Zhai has turned her science fair project into the first look at the economic impacts of hurricane size. Read the news release 'Science Fair Project Spins Up NASA Hurricane Study'

Ultra Low-Power WiFi will Enable Wearable Devices
Researchers at JPL and UCLA have developed new WiFi technology to give wearable devices full access to the web's unlimited resources. Read the news release 'Ultra Low-Power WiFi will Enable Wearable Devices'

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(Buhler) Deposition Strikes Back: A Short-term Stability Cycle for the Martian Residual South Polar Cap; (Spalding) Early excitation of spin-orbit misalignments and the influence of stellar magnetism
Yuk Lvnch Seminar Series Read the news release '(Buhler) Deposition Strikes Back: A Short-term Stability Cycle for the Martian Residual South Polar Cap; (Spalding) Early excitation of spin-orbit misalignments and the influence of stellar magnetism'

Big Data Analytics
JPL-Caltech Virtual Summer School Read the news release 'Big Data Analytics'

Science and Enabling Technologies to Explore the Interstellar Medium
KISS Workshop Read the news release 'Science and Enabling Technologies to Explore the Interstellar Medium'

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KISS Solicitation Released for CY2013 Study Programs
The W.M. Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) is soliciting proposals for Study Programs to be carried out during the 2013 calendar year. Read the news release 'KISS Solicitation Released for CY2013 Study Programs'

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