NASA Commercial Technology Network
Throughout NASA's history the Agency has remained the world's pre-eminent organization for space and aeronautics research and development
NASA seeks to create partnerships and cooperative activities with U.S. enterprises to develop technology that is applicable to NASA's mission technology needs and contributes to commercial competitiveness in global markets. Technology Innovation provides information about NASA's technology needs and opportunities, as well as interesting stories, facts, and feature articles about our successes.
Technology Innovation has a past archive of magazines online for your research and reading pleasure, but it appears "2005" was the most recent issue.
Visit to learn more about NASA's Innovative Partnerships program. NASA has streamlined and shifted its structure and you'll find links to their various divisions at http://www.nasa.gov/about/sites/index.html
Glenn Research Center
Glenn Research Center develops and transfers critical technologies that address national priorities through research, technology development, and systems development for safe and reliable aeronautics, aerospace, and space applications.
Langley Research Center
Langley continues to forge new frontiers in aviation and space research for aerospace, atmospheric sciences, and technology commercialization to improve the way the world lives.
Marshall Space Flight Center
Bringing people to space; bringing space to people. Marshall Space Flight Center is world leader in the access to space and use of space for research and development to benefit humanity.
Stennis Space Center (SSC)
Stennis is responsible for NASA's rocket propulsion testing and for partnering with industry to develop and implement remote sensing technology.