HU research team selected to lead NASA search for life on distant worldsHampton, VA - Hampton University Professor William B. Moore and a team of HU researchers have been selected by NASA to lead the Living, Breathing Planet Project. This project, funded through a $3.8 million grant from NASA ’ s Astrobiology program, is a part of the NASA Exoplanet System Science (NExSS, pronounced “ nexus ” ) program. This research will help determine the past and present habitability of Mars and even Venus and will form the basis for identifying habitable and eventually living planets around other stars. “ The search for life and living worlds beyond Earth addresses some of most profound questions humanity can ask, ” said Moore. “ Hampton University ’ s Atmospheric and Planetary Science department is bringing its expertise in atmospheric measurements and planetary science together with our university, industry, and NASA partners to understand what future observations of planets around other stars can tell us …
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The Hampton University Stroke Awareness Day activities will be held on Wednesday, April 15 1 p.m.-5p.m. in the Hampton University Student Center Ballroom. The discussions will focus on reducing stroke disparities through research and education. Stroke Awareness Day is sponsored by the HU School of Science and the HU School of Nursing.
Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications and Voice of America (VOA) will host three international journalists on April 8 at 12 noon in the Scripps Howard Building Room 138. VOA is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, reaches an estimated audience of 141 million weekly by radio (shortwave, FM, AM and satellite), television (satellite and cable), and Internet in 43 languages.
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