NASA selects 65 grad students for future mission research grants

06/23/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

NASA has chosen 65 graduate students for its Space Technology Research Fellowship that funds research that could be used in future space missions. The students are paired with a NASA scientist to help them with their project. "Universities have long been held up as centers of innovation in our country. The program aims to tap into that," said program executive Claudia Meyer.

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