MSU spinout Resilient Computing wins $90,000 NASA entrepreneurship prize

Resilient Computing

A unique computer technology developed over the past decade at Montana State University is one step closer to being used in spacecraft after winning an award from NASA.

Resilient Computing, a Bozeman-based company founded by MSU researcher Brock LaMeres, recently received $90,000 through NASA’s Entrepreneurs Challenge, a competition among startups working on technology that can support space missions. The company was one of only seven winners selected nationwide.

“We’re finding that there’s demand for this technology,” LaMeres said, “and we want to keep the business of making it in Montana.”



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