NASA’s Johnson Space Center has joined with the Houston Technology Center (HTC) under the terms of a Space Act Agreement signed Dec. 13 to leverage the talents of laid-off shuttle and Constellation program workers to establish new high-technology companies with the potential to create thousands of new jobs. Estimates of the number of engineers, scientists and other technically skilled personnel in the Houston region who lost their jobs as the 30-year shuttle program came to an end in ...
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