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The Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of the USA recalls how she was inspired to become a NASA rocket scientist.

“I was able to be creative and work as hard as I wanted.”

In a top-secret program, talented, young female mathematicians calculated the artillery and bomb trajectories that American GIs and airmen used to win World War II.

Combining car and plane into a single vehicle remains a dream—but new efforts might change that

In 1836, commissioner Henry Ellsworth turned the U.S. Patent Office into an engine of innovation—and Morse's telegraph became the system's first major beneficiary

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