NASA nanotech head steps down, citing lack of HQ support

The individual responsible for building NASA’s Center for Nanotechnology, Meyya Meyvappan, is stepping down, citing lack of support by NASA headquarters. Meyya will remain with NASA, taking a position as “Chief Scientist for Exploration” at Ames Research Center in California. The lack of support com...

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