NASA will present its graphene sensors and three other technology platforms that could be licensed through the agency’s Technology Transfer Program at the TechBreakfast event to be held in Maryland on June 10.
The space agency said Thursday molecular absorber coatings from Goddard Space Flight Center as well as SansEc platform and Adaptive Fidelity Shell simulation system from Langley Research Center will also be exhibited at the event in addition to graphene sensors.
Dan Lockney, Technology Transfer Program executive at NASA, will deliver a keynote address on the agency’s entrepreneurship initiatives and technology portfolio.
TechBreakfast will also host a panel discussion that involves representatives from designAmerica, Sigma Space, TEDCO and other firms that have adopted NASA-built platforms for their businesses.
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