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October 24, 2022
Why South Carolina could be NASA’s next frontier
By Jenny Peterson
Collaborative partners statewide are shooting for the moon to try and create a permanent NASA facility in South Carolina.

While the space agency currently has no permanent footprint in South Carolina, a consortium was created in 2020 specifically to expand the relationship with NASA and bring a NASA Center of Excellence to the

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January 6, 2022
South Carolina’s Broadband Office is looking for Input!
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) – South Carolina’s Broadband Office hopes to assess how large of a demand for internet access there is across the state, and it is asking for the public’s help to do so.

The broadband office has designed a survey you can go fill out if you don’t have internet at your home. Officials will use that data plus data from internet providers to make accurate maps of the state.

Click the link to learn more.

January 6, 2022
Smart Infrastructure to Improve Transport Safety, Resiliency, and Electrification in South Carolina
Laura Rogers, Deputy Director for The Ray and Kevin Limehouse, Innovation Office for Charleston County, will be speaking at the Sierra Club South Carolina Membershp meeting TONIGHT via Zoom.

Click the link to register.…/robert-lunz/meetings

October 28, 2021 Count on 2 News
Berkeley County Gov’t, SCOR seeks public input on area flooding concerns
Berkeley County officials invite the public to participate in a survey from the South Carolina Office of Resilience (SCOR) on flooding issues in the area and its impacts.  

October 20, 2021 Press Release
Esri Partners with The Ray to Map Solar Energy Hot Spots 

New Tool Enables Departments of Transportation to Analyze Rights-of-Way for Zero-Carbon Electric Grid Expansion 

Read about the collaboration between two of our partners – The Ray and Esri!

NASA’s Technology Transfer University (T2 University, T2U)
New to the College of Charleston! NASA’s Technology Transfer University! The T2U program connects universities with NASA-developed technology to give students the opportunity to work with federal government research and technology. Check it out!