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In this presentation you will learn how to leverage post-validated NASA-developed technology to gain a competitive edge in your industry. NASA maintains a portfolio of hundreds of patented technologies that are available to you through the technology licensing process. This presentation will walk through what NASA's Technology Transfer Program is, explain how you can benefit from it and provide step-by-step instructions to help you find the perfect technology to infuse into your business or create a startup around.
NASA's Technology Transfer Program ensures that innovations developed for exploration and discovery are broadly available to the public, maximizing the benefit to the Nation. Whether you're looking to start a new company, enhance an existing product, or create a new product line, you can gain a competitive edge in the marketplace by putting NASA technology to work for you.
The Startup Super Summit is taking place from November 16th to the 20th and features high caliber programming such as Virtual Keynote Addresses, Workshops, Fireside Chats and other entrepreneurship related sessions.
The theme of this year is RESILIENCE and all of our official Global Entrepreneurship Week complimentary sessions aim to assist entrepreneurs in building a better future for us all.
Join us as we empower entrepreneurs throughout the world seeking to transcend the concerns and challenges brought about by the current global public health crisis.
For the full Startup Super Summit agenda visit https://startupsupersummit.com
NASA Technology Transfer
Technology Marketing and Communications Director
In her current role as the Technology Marketing and Communications Director for Kennedy Space Center Technology Transfer Office, Mikaela works to create new avenues for entrepreneurship and innovative thinking by telling the story of technology transfer and seeking out creative ecosystems.
Mikaela McShane has made a career out of blending mediums and challenging traditional approaches to media and storytelling. Mikaela has a BA in English from Florida State University and a MA in Marketing Communications from Florida State University.
In her current role as the Technology Marketing and Communications Director for Kennedy Space Center Technology Transfer Office, Mikaela works to create new avenues for entrepreneurship and innovative thinking by telling the story of technology transfer and seeking out creative ecosystems. Mikaela has the opportunity to blend technology and communication, taking complex technical solutions and conveying them to individuals and companies who have the ability to commercialize them. This involves collaboration between universities, incubators, startups, and established companies. Bringing technologies out of NASA and into industry