It may not be rocket science, but feeding the staff at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab is still challenging.
Space may be the “final frontier” but rocket scientists still have down-to-earth appetites. Maybe that's why, at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, the responsibility for feeding some 5,000 scientists, engineers, academics, administrators and other professionals — plus another thousand or so support personnel — falls to a department historically attuned to the down-to-earth dining habits of college students. That department is the campus dining services of JPL's next-door ...
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