A major strategic think-tank suggested that assuring U.S. victory in a space war requires the military to develop a network of small satellites capable of rapidly replacing destroyed space assets.
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I hold a Master of Public Policy with a concentration in Science and Technology Policy from George Mason University, as well as a Bachelor of Science from the College of William & Mary, where I double-majored in Government and Geology and authored two theses.
I have done research for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Cato Institute, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.
I have also worked as an analyst providing research and analytical support for the Department of Energy, the Office of Petroleum Reserves, NOAA, and FEMA.
Wind industry officials scrambled to fend off President Donald's criticism of wind turbines during his speech Wednesday night.
California has by far the country's worst air quality even despite decades of environmentalism, according to research scientists at California State University (CSU) published Thursday.
Europe is building a deep-space observatory to search for alien life and potentially habitable planets in other star systems, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced Wednesday.
Don't expect recent heat waves hitting the southwest to make solar panels produce more energy, according to an industry representative.
Scientists claim to have solved a major problem that has plagued nuclear fusion for years, and they released their findings in a study published Wednesday.
Environmental groups will soon petition South Carolina regulators to shut down a pair of partially-completed nuclear reactors.
China's government started cracking down on fraudulent scientific journal articles Tuesday in the wake of a pay-t0-publish scandal among researchers.
Large rocky planets, or Super-Earths, could host alien life since they're likely to develop powerful magnetic fields, according to a new study.
A report by a Texas-based research organization found hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has not led to widespread water contamination in the Lone Star state, further contradicting claims from environmentalists.
The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Trump administration over its alleged ties to the coal industry, asking for public records of meetings between U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) officials and coal industry executives.
NASA announced the discovery of 10 potentially habitable Earth-like planets outside our solar system Monday.
NASA used several dozen ground-based telescopes to scan an extremely unusual object more than a billion miles beyond Pluto in order to send a space probe there.
The world's first "suicide" satellite, whose destruction will help prevent the spread of more damaging belts of space debris, will launch later this month.
Tech billionaire Elon Musk published plans Wednesday for building a 1-million-person city on Mars as soon as 2020.
The 23-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps will race a Great White shark for a special Discovery Channel airing this July.
NASA's perpetually troubled James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) finally unveiled what it will be looking at Thursday.
Republican and Democrats faced off in the the Congressional Baseball Game Thursday night, but the spirit of bipartisanship was alive and well following the assassination attempt on some lawmakers.
Roughly half of U.S. nuclear reactors are racking up yearly financial losses equivalent to $2.9 billion, according to a new report.