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Students Compete to Keep Astronauts Comfortable, Fit, and Fed in Outer Space

by Sarah Murry, HP Newsroom Managing Editor
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When HP declared its mission was to make life better for everyone, everywhere, no one likely considered that “everywhere” might extend past boundaries of the Earth’s atmosphere.

But HP’s lineup of high-performance ZBook mobile workstations are among the technology tools that are present in both the International Space Station (ISS), and on the ground at Mission Control.

Can HP Z Workstations Help Improve Life in Space? HP and Intel Tap Engineering Minds to Find Out

by Sarah Murry, Newsroom Managing Editor, HP Inc.
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When HP declared its mission was to make life better for everyone, everywhere, no one likely considered that “everywhere” might extend past boundaries of the Earth’s atmosphere.

Robot Astronaut Kirobo Awarded Two Guinness World Records™ Titles

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Two Guinness World Records titles have been awarded to Kirobo, the robot astronaut developed as part of a joint research project between Dentsu Inc., the University of Tokyo’s Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, Robo Garage Co., Ltd., Toyota Motor Corporation, and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

Kirobo arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) on August 10, 2013 and spent a total of eighteen months there, holding the world’s fir

Robot Astronaut Has Historic Talk on International Space Station

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Robot Astronaut Kirobo and astronaut Koichi Wakata made history when they had a conversation on the International Space Station on Dec. 6, 2013.  The conversation was the first of its kind between a human and a robot in outer space.

Kirobo arrived at the space station in early August.

Michigan Students Have the Right Stuff for Mission Aboard International Space Station

Students to Test the Formation of Crystals in Space
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December 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ - What happens to the formation of crystals in an environment with both increased radiation and microgravity?

The Chrysler Foundation to Fund 'Out of this World' Science Initiative

Student-designed Experiment Bound for International Space Station a Giant Leap for Michigan High School Students
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Grant Answers President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Call for More STEM Graduates

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Grant Answers President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Call for More STEM Graduates

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