April 28, 2014
NASA Seeks Partners for Technology Development Projects
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida is seeking proposals to participate in the technology advancing partnerships challenge, a new initiative managed by Kennedy’s chief technologist to enhance the development of new technologies to meet specific agency mission objectives.
Technological areas of emphasis for the challenge include: robotics, telerobotics and autonomous systems; human health, life support and habitation systems; human exploration destination systems; ground and launch systems processing; modeling, simulation, information technology and processing; thermal management systems; and communication and navigation.
Proposals will be accepted from U.S. educational institutions, private industry and non-profit organizations through May 9, 2014.
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