March 26, 2015:
The TCC holds its first Technology Event on Air Quality Technologies, hosted and sponsored by the Houston Technology Center.
October 28, 2015:
The TCC has announced plans for the 1st TCC Advisory Council meeting. This meeting will bring together organizations with an interest in creating or joining collaboration partnerships. Attendees will have an opportunity to share experiences and challenges in forming collaboration partnerships for joint technology development and will provide input on how the TCC can help in the creation of more collaboration partnerships. For more information on this event, plesae click here.
June 9, 2015:
The TCC holds its second Technology Event on Knowledge Managementi Technologies event hosted by NASA JSC and sponsored by SGT.
August 19, 2015:
The TCC announced the TCC's Executive Director will be speaking at the Far West and Mid-Continent Federal Lab Consortium regional meeting in San Diego on August 27.
November 5, 2015:
The TCC has accepted the first Collaboration Request from P&G, to help find partners to help develop pulsed delivery of benefit agents for personal care products. This request joins the other 6 open Collaboration Requests submitted by the NASA Johnson Space Center and the University of Houston. Any organization interested in partnering with P&G to solve this problem, or to propose solutions to the other open requests should contact the TCC or submit a Collaboration Response.
August 19, 2015:
The TCC announces the first five Collaboration Requests have been posted for the TCC's Collaboration Concierge Service. The NASA Johnson Space Center has submitted requests for assistance with five technology challenges in support of their human spaceflight programs. Solutions to these problems may have applications in other industries, providing partners potential benefits beyond the applications to NASA's spaceflight programs.
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July 14, 2015:
The TCC announced a partnership with SpaceCom 2015, a conference to be held on November 17-19 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. The focus of the conference was the application of space technologies for other uses. The TCC was a supporting partner for the event and the TCC's Executive Director spoke on November 18.