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Charania is set to serve as principal advisor to Administrator Bill Nelson on technology policy and programmes and look after NASA’s agency wide investments.
US space agency NASA has appointed Indian-American aerospace expert AC Charania as its new Chief Technologist. Charania will serve as the principal advisor to Administrator Bill Nelson on technology policy and programmes.
AC Charania joined NASA in his new role on January 3, replacing fellow Indian-American scientist Bhavya Lal, who served as the acting chief technologist.
Charania’s position falls within NASA’s Office for Technology, Policy, and Strategy.