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New way to test self-driving cars could cut 99.9 percent of validation costs

May 25, 2017

Mobility researchers at the University of Michigan have devised a new way to test autonomous vehicles that bypasses…
New blood cancer test

May 12, 2017

Technology that can detect the length of small DNA structures in cancer cells could hold the key to…
Cancer diagnosis with a breath test

April 19, 2017

“Inhale deeply … and exhale.” This is what a test for lung cancer could be like in future.…
Update: Strength Test for Platelets

October 12, 2016

Bleeding disorders could one day be diagnosed by putting platelets through strength tests, researchers have proposed. Such strength…
Testing for malaria—or cancer—at home, via cheap paper strips

June 30, 2016

What if testing yourself for cancer or other diseases were as easy as testing your blood sugar or…
Welcome to Springfield: world’s first large-scale, multi-use driving simulation environment

May 10, 2016

As driverless vehicles inch closer to becoming mainstream, there’s an important step between them and us: testing. Enter…
Stir no more: scientists show that draining speeds up bioassays

January 11, 2016

For many research scientists, idle time has long been an unwelcome feature of the discovery process. Advances in…
In-house test kits help motivate parents to reduce allergens in their homes

November 4, 2015

In-home test kits, coupled with patient education, help parents reduce allergen levels in their homes, according to scientists…
New test detects all viruses that infect people, animals

September 30, 2015

A new test detects virtually any virus that infects people and animals, according to research at Washington University…
From grassland to 21st century science

September 28, 2015

Lawrence Livermore’s ‘Site 300’ looks back on 60 years of significant scientific contributions. Sixty years ago, the UC…
Molecular diagnostics at home: Chemists design rapid, simple, inexpensive tests using DNA

September 26, 2015

Chemists at the University of Montreal used DNA molecules to developed rapid, inexpensive medical diagnostic tests that take…
NASA to Test Emergency Locator Transmitters by Crashing Airplane

August 24, 2015

Using a Cessna 172 dropped from a height of 100 feet, NASA’s Search and Rescue Mission Office will…
Countdown to Deep Space Continues with Latest RS-25 Test

August 14, 2015

NASA’s countdown to deep space continued yesterday with a 535-second test of its Space Launch System (SLS) RS-25 rocket…
Hypervelocity impact test damage

June 11, 2015

An aluminium plate, ripped inwards by a single sand grain-sized fleck of aluminium oxide shot at it during…
NASA’s LDSD Project Completes Second Experimental Test Flight

June 10, 2015

Engineers are poring over the data following the second experimental landing technology test of NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator…
Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator Prepared For Second Flight Test

June 2, 2015

The second flight test of NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be attempted on Tuesday, June 2 at no earlier…
You Get to Watch It Live — NASA’s Flying Saucer Test

June 2, 2015

Since Orville Wright first took to the skies over Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, experimental flight tests have been…
Steamy Summer Begins for SLS with RS-25 Test

June 1, 2015

A billowing plume of steam signals a successful 450-second test of the RS-25 rocket engine May 28 at…
Supersonic Decelerator Gets a Lift to Prepare for Launch

May 25, 2015

NASA teams are continuing preparations for the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) test off the coast of Hawaii June…
GOES-R Satellite Begins Environmental Testing

May 22, 2015

The GOES-R satellite, slated to launch in 2016, is ready for environmental testing. Environmental testing simulates the harsh…
SLS Booster Work Continues Well after Smoke Clears from Major Test

May 20, 2015

Orbital ATK technicians detach the center forward segment from the forward segment of NASA’s five-segment booster that fired…
Get Ahold of This: NIST to Demonstrate Tests of Grasping by Robot Hands

May 20, 2015

The act of grasping and shaking hands is a defining human ritual, with the grip intimating traits of…
Despite heavy storms and rough seas, LLNL team captures missile flight data

May 12, 2015

“Everything was very successful, but this was the toughest mission we’ve ever supported.” That was the assessment of…
Tests with Sandia’s Davis gun aid B61-12 life extension effort

May 12, 2015

Three years of design, planning and preparation came down to a split second, a loud boom and an…
Testing B61-12 using Davis gun

May 12, 2015

A test B61-12 nose assembly fired from Sandia National Laboratories’ Davis gun splashes water from an 8-foot-deep pool…
SpaceX Demonstrates Astronaut Escape System for Crew Dragon Spacecraft

May 7, 2015

A loud whoosh, faint smoke trail and billowing parachutes marked a successful demonstration Wednesday by SpaceX of its…
SpaceX Pad Abort Test a Unique Evaluation Opportunity

May 6, 2015

SpaceX and NASA teams will gain important insight into how the Crew Dragon spacecraft and its abort system…
Orion Windows Provide New Outlook for Spacecraft’s Future

May 4, 2015

When astronauts travel to an asteroid and toward Mars in NASA’s Orion spacecraft, they’ll get a tremendous view…
Scientists track explosions of lithium-ion batteries in real-time

April 29, 2015

Lithium-ion batteries are integral part of today‘s world. They power our mobile phones, laptops, cars and even planes.…
Astronaut Spacesuit Testing for Orion Spacecraft

March 20, 2015

Engineers and technicians at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston are testing the spacesuit astronauts will wear in the…
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