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  • Dragonfly to Explore the Icy, Exotic World of Titan

    Saturn’s largest moon holds vast oceans, organic chemistry.


    NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Program Executive Jason Derleth discusses visionary concepts that could transform future space missions.

  • Innovation & Opportunity Conference

    The Innovation & Opportunity Conference: Advancing Aerospace & Defense (IOC), brings together NASA and other government agency experts, small businesses, startups, research institutions and large businesses/prime contractors for a technology and commercialization event. The IOC provides opportunities for companies at every stage of maturity, from those just starting out with a great idea, to experienced […]

  • Knowledge Community Corner: STMD’s Patrick Murphy

    Patrick Murphy discusses knowledge sharing in NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate.

  • NASA Advisory Council Technology, Innovation and Engineering (TI&E) Committee

    The Technology, Innovation and Engineering Committee is a standing committee of the NASA Advisory Council (NAC) supporting the advisory needs of the NASA administrator, the Office of the Chief Technologist, and NASA Mission Directorates. The scope of the Committee includes all NASA programs that could benefit from technology research and innovation.

  • NASA EDGE: Navigation Doppler Lidar

    One major element of NASA’s return to the Moon is improved autonomous Guidance, Navigation, and Control systems. NASA EDGE takes a close look at NASA Langley Research Center’s development of Navigation Doppler Lidar (NDL) to provide accurate, surface-relative altitude and vector velocity data to make sure NASA can land spacecraft safely on the Moon and any surface.

  • NASA Patent Portfolio

    NASA maintains a portfolio of patents with commercial potential and makes them available to the public through our patent licensing program.

  • NASA SBIR/STTR Quarterly Newsletter “The Concept”

    The purpose of The Concept is to provide information of interest to our NASA SBIR/STTR awardees, small business concerns, and university and high-tech industrial communities. The newsletter includes NASA SBIR/STTR news, events, informative articles and contact information for general program inquiries, as well as pointers to Web sites for the latest technical information on NASA […]