Local Economics and a National Space Program

Saving tech transfer at Glenn, Ediorial, Cleveland Plain Dealer

"A relative handful of companies that benefited from collaborating with Glenn, or at least looking over the shoulders of its scientists and engineers, are bound to be disappointed. Most residents of Northeast Ohio won't feel a thing. That doesn't mean the Glenn Alliance for Technology Exchange was a bad idea. On the contrary, it was a great idea."

Loss of NASA jobs isn't just Brevard's problem; it's regional concern, Orlando Sentinel

"Likewise, the aerospace industry in Central Florida is much more than space exploration. It is about research and medical science; it is about quality of life; it is about a powerful and positive economic impact; it is about homeland security and space tourism. And, most important, it is about the future of the Central Florida region."

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