Virtual Events Archived

Archived Virtual Events
Startup NASA Series: HealieTech

HealieTech utilizes a unique self-healing polymer technology from NASA. Join us to see how they are using it to develop new commercial products.

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NASA Ames Carbon Nanotube Instrumentation Technologies

NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley has spent years developing nanomaterials that can play a variety of roles in future space systems, including wiring, high-strength lightweight composite materials, thermal protection and cooling systems, electronics/sensors, and more.

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NASA Langley Quarterly Technology Showcase

The NASA Langley Technology Showcase is an opportunity for members of the public to learn about patented NASA technology and envision how their business might benefit from our world renowned research.

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NASA's Space Suit RoboGlove Webinar

Researchers at the NASA Johnson Space Center have designed and developed Space Suit gloves with grasping and restorative capabilities to increase strength and mobility. Learn more about this new technology on May 10th during a live presentation!

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NASA's Shape Memory Materials Database and Analysis Tool Webinar

NASA researchers have developed a shape memory materials database (SMMD) tool that delivers one-stop access to an extensive collection of shape memory materials (SMM) information in a single source. Join us to learn how you can tap into this unique resource.

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Startup NASA Series: Canopy Aerospace

During this Startup NASA Startup Series event, you will hear from Canopy Aerospace of Chicago, IL, about their thermal protection system products that were originally developed at NASA research facilities.

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NASA’s Integral Tuned Mass Absorber for Turbine Blades Webinar

Attend this short webinar to learn about a novel turbine blade design and manufacturing approach that provides a significant reduction in turbine blade resonant vibration.

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NASA’s Multidimensional Damage Detection System Webinar

Join us to learn about this NASA-developed damage detection system that has potential applications in aircraft, military shelters, solar arrays, critical hardware enclosures, spacecraft, space habitats, inflatable structures, and smart garments.

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Startup NASA Series: Rosotics, Inc.

Join us on March 16th to hear from representatives of Rosotics, Inc of Tempe, Arizona, about their hyper-efficient metal additive manufacturing solutions and their experience in licensing NASA technology.

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NASA's Next-Generation CO2 Deposition System Webinar

Learn more about this reliable successor to the state-of-the-art spacecraft cabin atmosphere CO2 removal system that also has many down-to-earth applications.

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