Embry-Riddle researchers are testing next-generation spacesuits, calculating the cost of rocket launches to airlines, unraveling complex atmospheric events that affect satellites, and pioneering new technology to keep astronauts safe in space. From designing autonomous `asteroid-hopping’ spacecraft to exploring the legal implications of space business, Embry-Riddle is supporting a new era of exploration.
- Embry-Riddle President Calls for Innovative Solutions to Increase the Ranks of Women in Aviation, STEM
- Grad Student's Journey Features Jeff Bezos, Rockets, and Now — 'Gas Stations in Space'
- NSF Grant Advances Search for Ancient Stars and Student Career Options
- Graduate Student's Work Advances Space Communication Systems
- What’s it Like to Work for SpaceX? Alumnus Kyle Williams Tells All
- Embry-Riddle Students Design Camera Mount for International Space Station
- Outstanding Researcher of the Year Wins $1.3M NASA Award
- Chilean Observatory Team Prepares for Solar Eclipse
- Embry-Riddle Students Receive Prestigious Fellowship from National Science Foundation
- Eagles Claim Three of 13 Global Space Ambassador Slots
- New Art Gallery Dedicated in Honor of Artist-Astronaut Mrs. Nicole Stott
- Growing Commercial Space Industry Needs Policy Experts
- Virtual Reality Training Promises Improved Learning, Safety
- Q&A: National Air and Space Museum Director Explores the Future of Space
- Two Extraordinary Embry-Riddle Women Join Elite Cohort as 2019 Brooke Owens Fellows