[Via Satellite 02-24-2016] The International Space University (ISU) has set the date of Feb. 29 as the final call to submit statements of interest to host the new Robert A. Heinlein Institute for Space Entrepreneurship and Space Innovation. ISU is seeking applications from American institutions to establish the institute on a campus in the United States.
Once established, the institute will offer a range of training, conferences, seminars, short courses, public events and research related to entrepreneurship and innovation in space commerce. Interested parties must develop and submit an outline of how their organization and city would support creating, developing, building, and staffing the institute. Selected applicants will then have the opportunity to provide a more comprehensive proposal. The ISU expects to select the final location for the institute in September.
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