The plane uses an ion drive to propel itself through the air -- in absolute silence.
I learned of Ray from one of his outstanding employees, Zyola Mix, who was one of our featured speakers at GlobalMindED. As
A few years ago during a Bluedrop board meeting, I remember one of our directors at the time, Lecia Stewart, injecting some philosophy during an analytic discussion. She warned us to consider a truism based on the ideas of Peter Drucker -- "culture eats strategy for breakfast."
A few days ago I was a guest of NASA at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center which is located on the grounds of Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert.
"Everyone can dream big," says Karolyn Evans, Senior Aerospace Engineer at Sierra Nevada, "but only those with hope will
Of course, high-growth status can be taxing in other ways--the obvious areas are people, culture, systems, operations, and
Watch an armor-piercing bullet be obliterated on impact by the material.
It's too early to tell but if Bezos and Musk can prove themselves to be the great creators of our generation, these undeniably demanding work environments will be validated as its own innovation, one independent of the ingenuity that gave us online shopping, electric cars and rockets to outer space.
When you spend $400 on a motorcycle helmet, you have certain expectations about quality and safety. But what should you expect when your helmet costs $400,000? Well, if you expected it to be magically able to see through walls, you'd be right. It won't actually give you Superman's X-Ray vision, but it's pretty close.
When many people think of design, they think of fashion or the appearance of an object. Jonathan Knowles, Senior Advisor at Autodesk, discusses the true importance of design and what the future holds, from efficiencies in architecture and aerospace to designing cancer-eating viruses.
These books will interest adults and open everyone's eyes to the kind of books kids should be reading to meet the CCSS; if only more teachers and administrators were aware of them.
Imagine secret agent Angus MacGyver with access to the technology of a Fortune 500 aerospace enterprise. But, this time, he's not fighting bad guys. He's facing a challenge that would intimidate even James Bond. He's doing battle with budget.
"I kind of feel like I wasted a big chunk of my life because I worked on less important things." "We don't care about the
Each team carefully considered the same problems that NASA and other space agencies have been working on for decades. These
Kansas and North Dakota are among the states competing to be one of six federal test centers for drones. The introduction
The 2011 Japanese tsunami spurred Sharpe into action, according to his Survival Capsule homepage. He began with sketches
Friends and foes alike described Musk for this article in similar, occasionally unrepeatable terms as a hard-charging personality
Innovation has been a popular business buzzword in recent years, and for good reason: It's critical to remaining competitive.
George Phillips, a fire hydrant with Einstein's frizzled hair, is the owner of Astoria Music, but it's more fitting to call him a one-man band because ever since he took over the shop three decades ago, he's remained its one and only employee.