The tournament, the Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts Academic Linkage Exploration Robo-Ops Competition, was organized by the National Institute of Aerospace and held May 30 to June 1 at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
What does NIA stand for?
NIA stands for National Institute of Aerospace
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- National Initiative for Democracy
- Nagasaki International Association (est. 1990; Japan)
- Nails Industry Association
- National Imaging Associates (radiology)
- National Indoor Arena (UK)
- National Infantry Association
- National Information Account
- National Information Accounts Clearinghouse
- National Information Association
- National Institute of Accountants
- National Institute on Aging (US NIH; also seen as NIOA)
- National Insulation Association
- National Insulator Association
- National Insurance Act (various locations)
- National Intelligence Agency (South Africa and Thailand)
- National Intelligence Application (police incident code; New Zealand)
- National Investigation Agency (India)
- National Irrigation Administration (Philippines)
- Nature Improvement Area (Natural England; UK)
- Nature in Art (UK museum)
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Their recently published work with colleagues from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Institute of Aerospace, University of Virginia and University of Missouri could be particularly useful in the design and manufacture of nanostructured composite materials.
The team, Team Oryx, won this week's Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts Academic Linkage (RASC-AL) Exploration Robo-Ops Competition organized by the National Institute of Aerospace.
Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center, the Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility and the National Institute of Aerospace created a new technique to synthesize high-quality boron-nitride nanotubes (BNNTs).
Sponsored by NASA and the National Institute of Aerospace, the RASC-AL competition challenges university students to think about what sorts of conditions astronauts will face when returning to the moon, then design projects that might become part of actual lunar exploration.