Innovation Now Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.
Innovation Now

Innovation Now

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Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.

Most Recent Episodes

Improving Airport Pavement

The FAA is paving the way to better airport asphalt.

Celebrating Women at NASA

Technology drives exploration. But it takes a diverse and creative workforce to make those technologies a reality.

Photons of Light

By timing how long it takes individual photons to leave the satellite, reflect off the surface, and return to the receiver telescope on the satellite, NASA can precisely measure surface heights below.

Making a Difference

Engineers and scientists. Technicians and astronauts. Women at NASA are shaping how we explore our home and the universe.

Build Your Own Rover

Would you like to build a rover of your own? JPL has published an open source design that could help you put wheels on the ground.

Safety in the Skies

Instead of waiting for updates with no information about flights on the ground, air traffic managers now have access to fast updates for every flight thanks to Sherlock.

A Visual Species

Creating virtual landscapes is one of the applications that could be used by scientists to change the way NASA does science.

One Step Closer to Launch

NASA is pleased to report the James Webb Space Telescope has successfully passed another series of critical milestones as it continues its march to the launchpad.

Mapping Orbital Debris

Small orbital debris poses a threat to spacecraft. Significant damage to two space shuttle windshields was caused by debris no larger than a fleck of paint.

Weather Report on Mars

It's a chilly 2 degrees Fahrenheit today, with expected lows near 138 degrees below zero. Now you can get a daily weather report on Mars.

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