Bobby Braun, NASA’s first chief technologist since the 1990s, says better coordination, a greater emphasis on continuity in research and competition for “the best ideas” will reap rewards in innovation and technology for the space agency. A former analyst of planetary exploration systems at NASA’s Langley Research Center, Braun was leading a research program on advanced flight systems and technologies at Georgia Institute of Technology when he was tapped last February by Administrator ...

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