NASA Administrator Charles Bolden encouraged small business leaders to “Dream Big” to mark Small Business Week 2015, highlighting NASA-developed technology that supports innovation in small businesses.
Bolden toured Compass Coffee, a Washington, DC, coffee shop that uses NASA-derived technology in their coffee roasting and to talk brewing, technology transfer and commercialization of technology.
Small businesses develop critical technology, software and hardware for NASA’s missions, pioneering the future of space exploration, scientific discovery, and aeronautics research. NASA assists small businesses in high tech areas that include technology transfer and commercialization of technology. To learn more about Small Business Week, visit www.sba.gov and follow the discussion on social media using #DreamSmallBiz.
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