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Intro


THE TECH IS OUT THERE.

 

 

 

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Intro


THE TECH IS OUT THERE.

 

 

 

 

NASA iTech is a unique initiative to find innovative ideas that address critical problems here on Earth that also hold great potential to solve critical technology challenges in future space exploration.

Those ideas may come from small or large businesses, academia, other government organizations – or others who may not have previously had a forum to present their solutions to NASA leadership or their industry partners.

The top 10 NASA iTech Cycle 2 finalists from across the U.S. recently presented their innovative technologies at the NASA iTech Forum. These finalists represent the most promising solutions submitted for the Cycle 2 challenge to address one of the focus areas listed below.


Congratulations to the NASA iTech Cycle 2 top three winners!

 
  • Context Medical, Santa Clara, CA

  • Children’s National Health System - Omniboros Team, Washington, DC

  • University of Houston, Houston, TX

 
NASA Chief Technologist, Douglas Terrier recognizes the winning teams at the NASA iTech Cycle 2 Forum on July 13, 2017.

NASA Chief Technologist, Douglas Terrier recognizes the winning teams at the NASA iTech Cycle 2 Forum on July 13, 2017.

 

 

If you'd like to explore ways to connect and collaborate with NASA iTech click the button below or visit to the "Get Involved" link at the top of this page.

 

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iTech Cycle 2 Forum Livestream


iTech Cycle 2 Forum Livestream


Final presentations of the top ten NASA iTech Cycle 2 finalists were video streamed live to the web. You can watch archived copies of those presentations by clicking the button below.

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NASA iTech Innovation Panel


NASA iTech Featured at 33rd Space Symposium

NASA iTech Innovation Panel


NASA iTech Featured at 33rd Space Symposium

 

The Innovation Panel, held at the 33rd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 5, 2017, brought together a unique balance of innovators, industry leaders, investors and government experts. The panel highlighted NASA iTech as an effective and efficient initiative NASA has developed to foster innovation in a non-traditional way.

Moderated by Kira Blackwell, Program Executive, Office of the Chief Technologist, NASA Headquarters, the "Innovation" panel featured: • Salvatore T. "Tory" Bruno, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Launch Alliance (ULA) • Marilyn J. Bruno, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Aequor, Inc. • Riccardo Di Blasio, IT Executive and Investor • Peter M. Hughes, Chief Technologist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center • Jose H. Ocasio-Christian, Chief Executive Officer, Caelus Partners, LLC • David Sinclair, Ph.D., Professor, Harvard Medical School Chief Scientist Liberty BioSecurity • Anup Singh, Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer, InnaMed