SpaceUp Houston “E2E” Event Links Engineers and Entrepreneurs

Collaboration with Texas’ Largest Technology Incubator, Houston Technology Center: Commercializing Innovations

Houston, TX – September 15, 2011SpaceUp Houston and the Houston Technology Center will host an E2E (Engineer to Entrepreneur) workshop on October 8th at the Lunar & Planetary Institute (LPI) in Houston, TX from 6 pm to 9:30 pm.  Tickets are $5 and are available at Each ticket provides access to the event, as well as appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks.

The evening will include information on businesses that have successfully spun off aerospace technology into commercial products and services, as well as ideas for sharing potential technologies in the three dominant technology domains in the region: IT, healthcare, and energy.  An unconference-style breakout session will allow attendee-driven discussion between the various participants, followed by an E2E networking session with one-to-one access to engineers and entrepreneurs in a causal setting.

This will be the fourth SpaceUp event in Houston and is being planned and promoted by members of the Houston Technology Center and SpaceUp Houston.


SpaceUp, founded in 2010, has successfully been held in San Diego, Washington D.C., Houston, and Los Angeles.  SpaceUp Houston involves the Houston-Clear Lake community in sharing and discussing the possibilities for space exploration covering NASA programs, hobbyist projects, start-up companies, research, and the arts. SpaceUp events are designed as catalysts for future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics development.  The official SpaceUp Houston Twitter stream can be found at  For more information visit the SpaceUp Houston website at  Questions can be directed via email to SpaceUp Houston at

Named by Forbes' as one of "Ten Technology Incubators Changing the World," the Houston Technology Center is a business accelerator and the largest technology business incubator in Texas, advancing the commercialization of emerging technology companies in the greater Houston area. HTC serves as the nexus of new ideas, technological innovation, and entrepreneurship. Their mission is to enable and accelerate the growth of emerging technology companies for the purpose of creating jobs and promoting economic development in the greater Houston area. The Houston Technology Center’s website is located at and their twitter stream can be found at For more information, email Maggie Joplin at, or call (713) 658-1750. 

Author: SpaceUp Houston