N.C. A&T, Purdue Students To Help Build Experiment For International Space Station

The Greater Triad Area Business Journal (7/11, Braun, Subscription Publication) reports, "NASA has selected a team of students from N.C. A&T State University and Purdue University in Indiana to design and build an experiment to be operated on the International Space Station." According to an announcement from Purdue, the "universities were chosen by NASA to create an original experiment in capillary fluid dynamics through the space agency's National Lab Education Projects for the" ISS. "The project will be led by John Kizito, a professor of mechanical engineering at N.C. A&T, and Steven Collicott, a Purdue professor of aeronautics and astronautics." Read More

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