As 2023 comes to a close, Tec-Masters stands out as a beacon of innovation and collaboration in the realm of space technology. Our journey this year has been nothing short of extraordinary, marked by significant achievements and pioneering research initiatives.

Dr. Carroll, CEO of Tec-Masters, expressed, “This year’s achievements in space technology are not just a testament to our technical expertise, but also to our team’s relentless pursuit of innovation.” One of our standout projects was the collaboration with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, supported by the ISS National Lab. This groundbreaking research focused on advancing cooling technologies for electronics in the unique microgravity environment of space.

Our July venture with the Microgravity Research for Versatile Investigations (MaRVIn) facility was another highlight. Reggie Spivey, COO of Tec-Masters, remarked, “The launch of MaRVIn signifies our unwavering commitment to advancing scientific research in space, showcasing our capabilities in payload development and integration.”

Looking ahead to 2024, we are excited to continue our journey in space exploration and technology. With our team’s passion, expertise, and creativity, we are poised to explore new frontiers and achieve even greater successes. Here’s to a future filled with innovation, discovery, and continued excellence in the field of space technology. 🚀

Here are some neat articles about Tec-Masters from the ISS National Lab website.
“Investigation Onboard the Space Station Seeks New Insights Into Cooling Technology for Electronics.” ISS National Lab, 29 Aug. 2023,

“Day 3 of ISSRDC is About to Begin: Enjoy Highlights From Day 2.” ISS National Lab, 3 Aug. 2023,

“Three National Science Foundation-Funded Projects and Others to Launch via Northrop Grumman to the Space Station.” ISS National Lab, 25 July 2023,