NASA Technology Showcase lands in Cleveland Nov 28-30.
Press Release Summary:
November 26, 2012 - During NASA Technology Days showcase, taking place at the Cleveland Public Auditorium and Conference Center, participants from industry, academia, and U.S. Government will discuss strategy development, partnerships, and methods to foster technology transfer and innovation. Free public event will feature NASA-funded technologies available for transfer to aerospace, advanced-energy, automotive, innovative manufacturing, and human-health industries.
Original Press Release
NASA Technology Showcase Lands in Cleveland Nov. 28-30
Press release date: November 13, 2012
WASHINGTON, -- Business leaders, space enthusiasts, students and the public are invited to attend NASA Technology Days. The free, three-day public technology showcase will take place at the Cleveland Public Auditorium and Conference Center Nov. 28-30. Participants from industry, academia and the U.S. Government will discuss strategy development, partnerships and methods to foster technology transfer and innovation.
The showcase will feature NASA-funded technologies available for transfer to the aerospace, advanced-energy, automotive, innovative manufacturing and human-health industries. The venue will provide opportunities for networking, business development and forging new relationships, including dialogue with NASA technology program leadership.
NASA officials will discuss the agency's upcoming technology initiatives, technology transfer and strategic partnerships. NASA centers also will provide exhibits and information on how businesses can partner with the agency for technology development, transfer and innovation. Attendees also can learn about leading technologies contributing to American economic growth and innovation.
NASA Technology Days is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, visit:
Journalists registering to attend should list their news organization under "affiliation." Reporters seeking interviews with NASA or other showcase participants should contact Katherine Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-433-2406.
For more information about NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist and the agency's Space Technology Program, visit:
CONTACT: David E. Steitz, Headquarters, Washington, +1-202-358-1730, email@example.com; or Lori Rachul, Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, +1-216-433-8806, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: www.nasa.gov