NASA'S TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAM
NASA's Technology Transfer Program ensures that innovations developed for exploration and discovery are broadly available to the public, maximizing the benefit to the Nation.
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Technology Transfer Features
  • Spinoff 2022 features more than 45 companies using NASA technology to advance manufacturing techniques, detoxify polluted soil, improve weather forecasting, and even clean the air to slow the spread of viruses, including coronavirus.
  • By bringing space technologies to Earth applications, NASA provides cheaper, simpler, and more efficient solutions than current options. Listed below are four examples of NASA technology poised for utilization in agriculture.
  • Check out a few examples of NASA robotics, automation, and control technologies that increase efficiency and effectiveness across a variety of applications.
  • An opportunity for these startup teams to pitch in front of a panel of experts, and for the rest of the community to come together to learn, network, and celebrate.
  • FedTech kicked off their Summer Startup Studio in August 2021 with a twelve-team cohort, including 4 teams formed around NASA technologies.
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Explore NASA's portfolio of patents made available to the public through our patent licensing program.
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NASA's Software Catalog offers hundreds of new software programs you can download for free to use in a wide variety of technical applications.
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Learn our licensing program and how you can make NASA technology work for you!
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Spinoff Success Stories
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Spinoff Success Stories
Each year, Spinoff highlights NASA technologies that benefit life on Earth in the form of commercial products. We've profiled more than 2,000 spinoffs since the publication began in 1976 - there's more space in your life than you think!

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