Images on walls depicting woman sneezing and viruses (State Dept./D.A. Peterson)

Museum exhibit on epidemics goes digital

Most infectious diseases jump from animal hosts to humans, but animals aren't to blame. Discover how these problems originate and how they can be tackled.
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New satellite tech speeds response during natural disasters

A U.S. company, Hypergiant Industries, has created a new communications platform that helps governments quickly respond to natural disasters.
Rocket lifting off from launchpad (NASA/Bill Ingalls & Joel Kowsky)

A historic first: NASA sends astronauts to space aboard private craft

NASA and SpaceX sent two astronauts to the International Space Station, marking the first time a private company's craft put humans into Earth's orbit.
Artist's conception of space telescope in front of nebula (© NASA)

NASA names telescope for pioneering female astronomer

Learn how Nancy Grace Roman, NASA's first chief astronomer, became a leader in her field — and a powerful champion for women in the sciences.
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U.S. collaborates with international community on COVID-19 [video]

Watch this video to learn how the U.S. private sector, academic community and government partners with countries near and far to collaborate on COVID-19.
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U.S. data release spurs new tools in fight against COVID-19

The United States has released thousands of coronavirus studies for global review. See how U.S. transparency is advancing the search for a way to defeat COVID-19.
Illustration showing progressive stages of entry as space probe approaches planet's surface in orange sky (Javid Bayandor)

Check out these futuristic NASA projects

NASA is pursuing futuristic ideas that could transform space missions and lead to scientific breakthroughs as it pushes the boundaries of what is possible.
Woman and man in protective gear working in laboratory (© Carlos Osorio/AP Images)

U.S. universities rally against COVID-19

Universities in the United States are using their scientific, technological and research capabilities to control and defeat COVID-19.
Man standing at whiteboard (© Dan Addison/University of Virginia)

U.S. researchers map COVID-19 cases to predict future needs

Learn how U.S. computer scientists are creating disease projection models that help policymakers tackle COVID-19 and plan for the future.