Are you developing new technologies?
Are you looking for solutions or partners?
Advanced Manufacturing & Carbon Materials Workshop
hosted by Rice University
Small Launch Vehicles Workshop
in partnership with NASA
hosted by the Aerospace Corporation
El Segundo, CA
September 25 & 26
Precision Medicine Workshop
hosted by the NASA Johnson Space Center
Automation, AI & Robotics Workshop
NASA iTech - Ignite the Night
November 27 & 28
George R. Brown Convention Center
Collaboration Concierge Service
The TCC is looking for potential partners for the following open Collaboration Requests:
Shell GameChanger (selected partner may qualify for $150,000 to $300,000 for proof of concept funding):
- New Energies – Digitalization: Machine Learning
- New Energies – Grids of the Future
- New Energies – New Route to Oxygenated Intermediates
- New Energies – Solar Fuel Innovations
NASA Johnson Space Center: 9 open Collaboration Requests
Innovating Solutions through Collaboration
The Technology Collaboration Center is an independent 501c3 non-profit formed as a partnership between the NASA Johnson Space Center, industry and universities, solving difficult technology problems through innovative solutions by connecting collaboration partners from across technology sectors.
As a member-driven organization, TCC members participate on the Board of Directors and Advisory Council, aligning the TCC's mission and programs with the needs of members and the community.
For Problem Owners
Access to solutions (existing products or developed through collaboration), utilizing resources from a diverse community with potential for lower cost with applications in multiple markets.
For Problem Solvers
Access to new challenges with potential benefits from deploying existing solutions, shared development, commercializing to secondary markets, or participating in collaboration projects.