CLICK TO DOWNLOAD PDF Budget Newsletter FY 2018: pull back in the Federal role in technology developmentread more
With the release of the Administration’s Skinny Budget and the finalization of FY 2017 appropriations, opportunities for
Federal support for technology and innovation are becoming clearer.
Kelly Carnes on Green Connections Radio Every new presidential administration brings a transition to new priorities. Clean energy and climate-related spending is being cut across the board in the new president’s budget. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO PODCAST Listen to...read more
TechVision21 Welcomes OceanExchange! Time: 9:00AM – 1:00PM Date: Tuesday May 16, 2017 Venue: 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, 8th floor RSVP KArens@TechVision21.com TechVision21 is pleased to present a symposium featuring sustainability solutions with military and...read more
TechVision21 was delighted to participate in the "STEM on the Hill: Celebrating Science & Engineering” exhibit and special reception on Tuesday April 25. The event was sponsored by the Science-Engineering-Technology Working group, a coalition led by the Alliance...read more
Many small companies, start-ups, and university researchers have promising innovations, but lack either the technical expertise, access to expensive and sophisticated equipment and facilities, and/or financial resources needed to demonstrate, test, and pilot produce their inventions. The institutes take aim at this gap, providing shared manufacturing facilities, and working to bring new technologies to a higher level of readiness and lowering their risk to a level that can attract private investment, move them toward commercialization and deployment, and drive job creation.read more