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.

Presentations, videos & collaboration interests for 2016 TCC events:


                          For Problem Solvers

Access to new challenges with potential benefits from deploying existing solutions, shared development, commercializing to secondary markets, or participating in a collaboration project.


Wearable Technologies Requests

From NASA Johnson Space Center:


Radiation Technologies Requests

From NASA Johnson Space Center:


The TCC is looking for collaboration partners to help solve technical challenges in the following areas...

Open Collaboration Requests

  • Texas Open Innovation Conference, March 28-29
      TCC's Executive Director speaking on 3/29
  • Omics Workshop - April 11, 8AM-5PM
      hosted by NASA at the Johnson Space Center
  • Advanced Manufacturing & Materials Workshop -
      June 14, 8AM-5PM
      hosted by NASA at the Johnson Space Center
  • Data Analytics Event - October (tentative)
      hosted by Rice University

  

The TCC encourages collaboration through the following programs:

What we do?

The Technology Collaboration Center:

  • an independent 501c3 non-profit,
  • is a partnership between the NASA Johnson Space Center, industry and universities,
  • with the mission of solving difficult technology problems by encouraging innovation and formation of new collaboration partnerships,
  • utilizing diverse expertise from industry, academia and government, across technology sectors, including Houston’s space, energy and health communities.


Innovating Solutions through Collaboration

EVENT calendar