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NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is located in Pasadena, California. The JPL undertakes various experiments related to space research.

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Secure Channels Inc. Expands Leadership Team With CTO/Chief Architect and Government Affairs Liaison
Secure Channels Inc., the Technology Innovators™, today announced that it has named Henry B. Hotz as CTO and Chief Architect and Laurence Socci as Government Affairs Liaison

Cascade Microtech Announces Thomas Neyer, Fellow, Fairchild Semiconductor, as Keynote Speaker at COMPASS Users' Conference
Cascade Microtech, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCD), a leading supplier of solutions that enable precision measurements of integrated circuits at the wafer level, announced today that Thomas Neyer, Ph.D., Fellow, High Voltage Device and Technology Development, Fairchild Semiconductor, will deliver the keynote address at the company's annual users' conference

Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT Recognized by Computerworld
IDG's Computerworld -- the leading IT media brand dedicated to being the voice of business technology -- is proud to announce the 2015 Best Places to Work in IT list (Click here to tweet)

CIO to Celebrate Innovations and Business Value Creation at the CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Ceremony
IDG Enterprise's CIO -- the executive-level IT media brand providing insight into business technology leadership -- is thrilled to announce the 2015 CIO 100 Award winners and the 2015 CIO Hall of Fame inductees. The CIO 100 awards program annually recognizes 100 organizations that have distinguished themselves by creating business value through the innovative use of technology

California Institute of Technology Selects AiM(TM) From AssetWorks to Manage Campus-Wide Facilities and Real Estate
AssetWorks, a leader in intelligent workplace management, today announced that the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has selected AiM to serve as the institution's new Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS). Initially, Caltech is expected to leverage AiM for Space Management and Operations and Maintenance Management

Ambient Water Visits California State Capital to Discuss Water Crisis

Mental Disorders Are Amongst the Main Topics of the 12th Annual World Congress for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics at the LA Convention Center
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - February 11, 2015) - Society for Brain Mapping and therapeutics (SBMT) is a spinoff of unique collaborations between the rocket and brain scientists, which was started near 14 years ago. Since then the organization has held 12 annual world Congress Conventions in the US, France, Australia and Canada. 

Maplesoft and University of Waterloo Launch Online Mathematical Courseware
WATERLOO, ON--(Marketwired - January 21, 2015) - The University of Waterloo and Maplesoft have announced a partnership to provide effective, engaging, online education for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses. Combining rich course materials developed by the University with Maple T.A

Airbus Defense and Space Selected to Bid for US Air Force Task Order Contracts for Military Communications Systems Onboard Commercial Satellites
Airbus Defense and Space has been awarded an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide services related to hosting United States Air Force communications systems onboard commercially operated satellites.

Computerworld Announces the 2014 Best Places to Work in IT
IDG's Computerworld -- the voice of business technology -- is proud to announce the 2014 Best Places to Work in IT list

Swinerton to Celebrate a Topping Out at Jet Propulsion Laboratory's New West Arroyo Parking Structure
In April 2013, the design-build team of Swinerton Builders and IDG Parkitects broke ground on the new West Arroyo Parking Structure at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California

CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Celebrate Business Value Through IT Innovation
IDG Enterprise's CIO -- the executive-level IT media brand providing insight into business technology leadership -- is proud to announce the 2014 CIO 100 Award winners. The 27th annual awards program recognizes 100 organizations that have distinguished themselves by creating business value through the innovative use of IT

International Computer Science Institute Appoints Former Drexel Senior Vice Provost Deborah Crawford as New Director
The International Computer Science Institute, one of the few independent nonprofit computer science centers in the country, announced today that it has appointed Dr. Deborah L. Crawford as its new director. Dr. Crawford was most recently the senior vice provost of research at Drexel University, where she led the creation of its Computer and Informatics College

ExplorOcean Presents: Exploring the Ocean Worlds of the Outer Solar System
Have you ever wondered about the best ways to find life beyond earth? Join Kevin Hand, deputy chief scientist of solar system exploration at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, on April 24th at 7 p.m. for an intriguing one-hour discussion about the most habitable real estate in our outer solar system. As part of ExplorOcean's lecture series, Dr

Third Annual Consumerization of IT Conference Unveils Speaker Lineup, Agenda Aimed at Advancing Mobile, Social, Cloud and Big Data
CITEworld's Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) Conference + Expo today announced the full speaker lineup and additional programming for its 2014 event

Silicon Valley's Churchill Club Presents The Churchills 2013
Churchill Club, Silicon Valley's premier business and technology forum, today announced the third annual Churchill Awards, a program that highlights excellence in leadership, innovation, collaboration, and social benefit, for the purpose of inspiring others. On September 26th this evening event will recognize four recipients of "The Churchills 2013."

Silicon Valley's Churchill Club Presents "Changing the Game" and "The Churchills 2013"
Churchill Club, Silicon Valley's premier business and technology forum, today announced both their "Changing the Game" conference and, a Bay Area favorite, the "The Churchills 2013." On September 26th a day-long conference will begin with a series of thought-provoking expressions of power, from personal, to organizational, and more

PRHL Enjoins Anaheim Precision for Mass Production and Client Referrals
Premier Holding Corp. (OTCBB: PRHL) (the "Company"), today announced the selection of Anaheim Precision Manufacturing (APM) as the manufacturer of its E-Series and LiteOwl energy conservation products for industrial lighting.

Industries Honored for Being "Good Corporate Citizens"
The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County today sent Certificates of Recognition to 668 companies for being "good corporate citizens" for the year 2012. These companies have met their limits for wastewater discharge for at least a year, maintained their environmental equipment and fulfilled all permit requirements

NASA Awards GrammaTech Contract for Eclipse Specification Editing and Discovery Tool for C/C++
GrammaTech, Inc., a leading software developer specializing in software assurance tools and cybersecurity solutions, today announced that the company has received an award from NASA to prototype a specification editing and discovery tool (SPEEDY) for C/C++ code analysis.

Computerworld Recognizes Top 100 Workplaces for Technology Professionals
IDG's Computerworld -- the IT media brand dedicated to providing peer perspective, IT leadership and business results -- releases the 2013 Best Places to Work in IT list

That's a Wrap. Business and Technology Thought Leaders Define Future of Consumer-Like Technologies in the Enterprise at 2-Day CITE Conference + Expo
IDG Enterprise this week held its second annual Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) Conference + Expo -- the first conference devoted exclusively to the intersection of consumer technologies and the enterprise -- leaving more than 800 attendees with expert insight on the latest trends disrupting the enterprise technology landscape

CIO Celebrates Technology Innovation at the CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Ceremony
IDG's CIO, the executive-level IT media brand providing insight into business technology leadership, is proud to announce the 2013 CIO 100 winners. This annual awards program recognizes 100 organizations that have distinguished themselves by creating business value through the innovative use of IT

Boston Micromachines Awarded Grant From NASA for Exoplanet Imaging Technology Development
Boston Micromachines Corporation (BMC), a leading provider of MEMS-based deformable mirror (DM) products and adaptive optics systems, announced today that it has been awarded a contract for over $500,000 from NASA's ROSES Technology Development for Exoplanet Missions (TDEM), a component of NASA's solicitation on Strategic Astrophysics Technology (SAT).

Enservio's Annual Thought Leadership Forum Draws Insurance Top Executives

Enservio to Host 7th Annual Property Innovation Summit April 22-24, Boston
Enservio (www.enservio.com), the nation's leading provider of software and services to property insurers, today announced the details of the 7th Annual Property Innovation Summit (www.propertyinnovationsummit.com), widely regarded as the Property Insurance industry's premier thought-leadership conference.

Unity Serious Games Gain Momentum With Award-Winning Applications, Industry Recognition and Military Certification
Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, today announced that Unity in serious games and virtual environments, from the military to education to medical, continues to grow in number and depth of applications and range of customers

Stratos Genomics Achieves Major Technical Milestone and Adds Tim Hunkapiller to Science Advisory Board
Stratos Genomics Inc today announced that it has reached its next significant milestone by achieving single molecule DNA sequencing of 100+ base templates with its patented "Sequencing by Expansion™" (SBX™) technology. Stratos Genomics also announced the addition of Tim Hunkapiller, co-inventor of four-color Sanger sequencing, to its Science Advisory Board (SAB).

Computerworld Celebrates IT Leadership & Achievement With 2013 Premier 100 Awards
IDG's Computerworld -- the IT media brand dedicated to providing peer perspective, IT leadership and business results -- announces the 2013 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders honorees, as well as highlights for the Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference

Swinerton Builders in Partnership With IDG Parkitects Selected for Award of JPL's West Arroyo Parking Structure Project
Swinerton Builders in partnership with IDG Parkitects have been selected for award of subcontract as the design-build team for Jet Propulsion Laboratory's West Arroyo Parking Structure in Pasadena, California.

DARPA Selects Aurora for Phoenix Program
Aurora Flight Sciences was recently selected by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) for the Phoenix program to explore development of a new satellite morphology through creation of "satlets" capable of harvesting key components from retired spacecraft in earth orbit.

Florence Hudson Joins IEC Electronics Board of Directors
IEC Electronics Corp. (NYSE MKT: IEC) announced today that Florence Hudson has joined the Company's Board of Directors. The Company also announced that Carl Sassano has resigned his board position.

Unity Powers NASA Virtual Mars Rover Experience
Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, today announced that NASA's virtual Mars rover experience was developed with Unity. It will debut online via the Unity Web Player in conjunction with the landing of the most advanced rover ever sent to Mars.

Industries Honored for Being "Good Corporate Citizens"
The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County today sent Certificates of Recognition to 575 companies for being "good corporate citizens" for the year 2011. These companies have met their limits for wastewater discharge for at least a year, maintained their environmental equipment and fulfilled all permit requirements

Cloud Leadership Forum 2012 to Offer Senior Decision-Makers Unmatched Insights and Intelligence on Cloud Issues Reshaping IT
"Cloud Economics 2012," "The State of Cloud Security" and "Managing Complex Multi-Cloud Environments" are just some of the topics headlining the third annual Cloud Leadership Forum, a one-of-a-kind national conference for enterprise IT that returns to Silicon Valley on June 12-14, at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.

Dell Helps to Power NASA’s Latest Mission to Mars

Ancient Antarctica was warm enough to support substantial vegetation
Ancient Antarctica was much warmer and wetter than previously suspected, a new study has found.

Asteroid's chances of colliding with Earth in 2040 almost nil, says NASA
The asteroid 2011 AG5, which was discovered in January 2011, will fly safely past the Earth and not impact us in 2040, a new study has claimed.

Huge tropical methane lakes seen on Saturn moon Titan
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has detected long-standing methane lakes, or puddles, in the "tropics" of Saturn's moon Titan.

NASA launches NuSTAR black hole hunting telescope into space
NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) launched into the morning skies over the central Pacific Ocean at noon EDT (9 a.m. PDT) on Wednesday, beginning its mission of unveiling secrets of buried black holes and other exotic objects.

Mars rover to land closer to its ultimate destination
NASA has narrowed the target for its most advanced Mars rover, Curiosity, which will land on the Red Planet in August.

Jupiter's smallest known moon unveiled
Scientists believed that the smallest of two moons recently discovered orbiting Jupiter may be the giant planet's smallest known satellite.

NASA's lunar spacecraft completes major mission ahead of schedule
A NASA mission to study the moon from crust to core has completed its prime mission earlier than expected.

Asteroid measured when nudged by sunlight
NASA scientists have measured the orbit of asteroid, 1999 RQ36, with such accuracy that they were able to directly measure the drift resulting from a subtle but important force called the Yarkovsky effect - the slight push created when the asteroid absorbs sunlight and re-emits that energy as heat.

Sticky feet could help robots land on asteroids
A new biologically inspired robot could one day crawl over the surface of an asteroid or Mars and gather samples for study using lots of tiny, mechanical "toes."

140000-ton asteroid set to narrowly miss Earth may smash satellites
A newly found 150-foot-wide asteroid may pass so close to the Earth in February that it might destroy communications satellites, researchers say.

Dust rings around stars may not always be 'calling cards of unseen planets'
Contrary to popular belief that sharp rings of dust around stars are always carved by planets, a new study has suggested that the rings can even form on their own.

NASA scientist weighs space rock from millions of miles away
A NASA scientist has accurately determined the mass of a nearby asteroid from millions of miles away.

Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference Returns to Phoenix
IDG's Computerworld, the IT media brand dedicated to providing peer perspective, IT leadership and business results, announces that its flagship national conference, the Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference will be held March 11-13, 2012 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, Arizona.

Computerworld Announces 2012 Premier 100 Honorees
IDG's Computerworld, the IT media brand dedicated to providing peer perspective, IT leadership and business results, announces the 2012 Premier 100 IT Leaders honorees as well as highlights for the Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference

Catastrophic "merging tsunami" doubled Japan devastation
The catastrophic tsunami, which hit the Japan shores in March 2011, was a long- hypothesized 'merging tsunami' that doubled its destructive power before reaching the shore, researchers say.

Giant asteroid to narrowly miss Earth on Nov. 8
A large asteroid will have a close encounter with Earth on Nov. 8, NASA has revealed.

NASA's Terra spacecraft yields improved topographic map of earth
A significantly improved version of the most complete digital topographic map of Earth has been released, thanks to NASA's Terra spacecraft.

NASA trials space balloon that could one day orbit Saturn`s moon Titan
After retiring from its expensive shuttle missions, NASA is currently exploring a cheaper form of space travel - balloons.

Unprecedented ozone hole opens over Arctic
An unusually prolonged period of extremely low temperatures in the stratosphere has resulted in an unprecedented depletion of Earth's protective ozone layer above the Arctic last winter and spring, according to a new NASA-led study.

NASA's WISE telescope find reduces mid-size asteroids' hazards to Earth
NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, has discovered that there are significantly fewer near-Earth asteroids in the mid-size range than previously thought.

Asteroid family blamed for killing dinos 'not the culprit'
Data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission suggest that the family of asteroids believed to be responsible for the death of dinosaurs is not likely the culprit.

One in 12 Earth-like planets probably hosts a Moon-like satellite
A new study estimating how common Earth-Moon planetary systems are has shown that one in 12 Earth-like planets probably hosts a Moon-like satellite.

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