Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.
Written by Dave Larsen.
A trip this week to Dayton by NASA Glenn Research Center’s director will lead to improving partnerships between the space agency and aerospace-related companies and universities in the region, experts said.
Those partnerships will help create a workforce pipeline for the agency, according to NASA Glenn director James Free.
The John H. Glenn Research Center in Cleveland is one of 10 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Centers in the U.S. The center researches, designs, develops and tests technology for aeronautics and spaceflight. NASA Glenn employs more than 3,400 civil servants and contractors, and has a $1.3 billion annual economic impact in Ohio.
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Originally published February 6, 2015.