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NASA Provides Seed Funding For Four Science Projects

Posted November 05, 2007 11:31 AM

From TechWeb:

NASA will lead four projects to advance key technologies through joint-development programs. NASA on Friday announced the new projects, to help meet critical needs. Teams from Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif., will lead the efforts, which are part of NASA's Innovative Partnerships Program Seed Fund. The fund is used for overcoming technology barriers with joint-development programs and cost sharing. "The NASA Innovative Partnerships Program is providing opportunities for Ames to partner with small companies, universities, and large companies to develop exciting technologies that can both produce and enhance science results from future missions," Ryszard Pisarski, deputy chief of the Technology Partnerships Office at NASA Ames, said in a prepared statement.

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