Air Quality Technologies TCC Event
The Technology Collaboration Center of Houston was formed to help solve difficult technology challenges through collaboration partnerships, with support from Baker Hughes, Battelle, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, BayTech, Chevron, Houston Technology Center, Jacobs, NASA Johnson Space Center, Rice University, Shell GameChanger, Texas Medical Center, University of Houston and Wyle, representing the space, energy and medical communities with researchers in industry, academic and federal labs.
A series of quarterly TCC events are planned for 2015, assembling organizations from diverse fields to explore opportunities for solving difficult challenges through joint development partnerships, with a focus on strategic technology areas.
The first TCC event will be on Air Quality Technologies, on Thursday, March 26, from 8AM to 2:30PM. This event is being sponsored by and will be held at the Houston Technology Center.
Organizations with an interest in new innovations in air quality technologies or solving air quality challenges should participate in the event.
TCC members, including the NASA Johnson Space Center, will present their latest technologies and challenge areas where they are actively seeking new partnerships, with non-members also invited to make presentations on their air quality technologies or needs (click here to register as a presenter).
The TCC events are a continuation of the JSC Connect event series previously organized through a partnership of the Houston Technology Center, Gulf Coast RCIC, Texas Emerging Technology Fund and NASA Johnson Space Center. Five JSC Connect events were held on water quality & purification, robotics, telemedicine, RFID, and batteries. Topics for the other 2015 TCC events will be announced soon.
Houston Technology Center
Houston, Texas 77002