Ad Astra's Space Act Agreement with NASA offers an example of just the kind of research and technology development that we should be doing on the International Space Station, can do there and cannot easily do anywhere elseNASA signs agreement with rocket company Dec 18, 2008
I'm very pleased for Rick that he has been offered such a wonderful opportunity. At the same time, I regret the loss to NASA of such a talented individualNASA announces management change Nov 12, 2008
The opportunity to fly NASA instruments on Chandrayaan-1 undoubtedly will lead to important scientific discoveriesNASA returns to the moon -- sort of Oct 21, 2008
I'm very pleased to have Ed officially accept a more long-term position as science chiefEd Weiler becomes NASA's science chief May 08, 2008
Alan has rendered invaluable service to NASA as the principal investigator for the Pluto/New Horizons mission, as a member of the NASA Advisory Council and as the associate administrator of the Science Mission DirectorateNASA science mission director resigns Mar 26, 2008
Michael Devin Griffin (born January 4, 1985, in Austin, Texas) is a professional American football safety for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League. He was drafted in the 1st round (19th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Titans. He played college football at the University of Texas.
Griffin was coached in football by Jeff Ables at Bowie High School. He played running back and also defensive back. He rushed for 2,127 yards and 25 TDs along with averaging 23.4 yards per catch in his final two seasons, earning honorable mention all-state (5A) honors as a running back and All-Central Texas at both running back and defensive back.
Griffin started his college football career in 2003 as a true freshman at the University of Texas in Austin. Griffin played all 12 games that season, but only started against Texas Tech and Washington State. Griffin recorded 65 tackles, with two sacks, and forced three fumbles.