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TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES
Innovative and revolutionary solutions to science and technology problems are likely to emerge from scientists, clinicians, and engineers who are working at the frontiers of their respective disciplines. This section provides links to NASA programs, products, and databases on technology research and development for authors, researchers, science and technology information professionals, and entrepreneurs.

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NASA High-End Computing Program
NASA-sponsored scientists or engineers can request computing time at the High-End Computing (HEC) Program's NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Facility and NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS).
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   Artist's concept of pulsed detonation rocket engine
Scientific and Technical Information (STI)
The STI program is the collected set of facts, analyses, and conclusions resulting from scientific, technical, and related engineering research and development efforts, both basic and applied.

The STI Web site provides access to a searchable database called the NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS), which contains NASA and non-NASA technical publications, research, and other mission-related information.

Other scientific publications are also available for download. STI also manages the publication of "Spinoff," NASA's annual premiere publication featuring successfully commercialized NASA technology.

Services for publishing scientific and technical information in the form of reports or articles are available to NASA employees and contractors, other federal government employees, prime contractors, and grantees.
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   Powered by the EJ22 engine, the Eclipse 500 aircraft is intended to provide
SBIR/STTR
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs provide opportunities for small, high-technology companies and research institutions to participate in government-sponsored research and development efforts in key technology areas. NASA encourages you to learn more about these programs and potential sources of seed funding for the development of your innovative systems and products.
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   The EJ22 engine, which has a low noise level, light weight, and low fuel consumption, delivers over 770 pounds of thrust while only weighing approximately 85 pounds.
NASA Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP)
This site provides information on ways through which NASA leverages technology through its Mission Directorates, Programs, and Projects through investments and partnerships with industry, academia, government agencies, and national laboratories.
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