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    Bringing Space Technology to Market: Effects of U.S. Policies and Practices

    SPACE 2013 Video

    Bringing Space Technology to Market: Effects of U.S. Policies and Practices

     

     

    The last panel discussion at SPACE 2013, "Bringing Space Technology to Market: Effects of U.S. Policies and Practices," was moderated by Kumar Krishen, ST/Senior Scientist/Lead Technologist, Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX. This panel explored the effects of federal policies and recent innovative space technology transfer practices on the success of technology transfer, and discussed the challenges and opportunities posed by U.S. policies in regard to space technology transfer. Palelists included Daniel Broderick, Manager, Office of Technology Transfer, Commercial Programs Office, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA; David C. Leestma, Manager, Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX; Andrew Nelson, Chief Operating Officer, XCOR Aerospace, Mojave, CA; and Bob Prochnow, Director, Gulf Coast RCIC and Bay Area RCIC, Texas Emerging Technology Fund, and Chief Information Officer, Houston Technology Center, Houston, TX.