Virtual Events Archived

Archived Virtual Events
Electric Power Generator Design for Clean Energy Webinar

NASA Glenn Research Center introduces the "Closed Strayton" generator design, created to efficiently deliver lightweight and sustainable electric power for clean energy applications. Join us to explore the future of sustainable power.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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T2U Innovation Series: Syracuse University Webinar

Since joining the T2U program, Ken Walsleben, Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice, has incorporated NASA technology into the curriculum. Join us for this webinar to learn how Syracuse University is bringing NASA into the classroom.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Projected Background-Oriented Schlieren Imaging Webinar

Mark your calendar for a chance to learn about NASA Langley Research Center's work on developing a new background-oriented schlieren (BOS) imaging technique.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Shape Memory Alloy Tubular Structure Webinar

In this webinar with NASA Glenn Research Center, learn about a non-pneumatic, compliant tire structure based on shape memory alloy (SMA) elements. 

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Startup NASA Feature Series: New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)

Join us for a special webinar featuring New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and their collaboration with NASA. Discover how NYIT's Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) is empowering students to build technology prototypes from NASA patents.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Shape Memory Alloy Analytics Webinar - Test Data Analysis and Reporting Software

Explore SMAnalytics, a cutting-edge software that simplifies the analysis and reporting of shape memory alloy (SMA) test data. NASA Glenn Research Center will present on how it automates reporting, extracts key properties, and can be imported into the NASA Shape Memory Material Database. 

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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NASA Ames Newly Patented Technologies Webinar

In this webinar, innovators at NASA Ames Research Center will showcase five newly patented technologies, including a safer, cost-efficient way to generate artificial gravity and a screening tool for neurological disorders. Join us for a first look.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Startup NASA Feature Series: Aetherworks, Inc.

Join us for the next Startup NASA Feature Series webinar with the environmental technology company, Aetherworks, Inc. Learn how they leverage NASA patented technology to efficiently capture CO2 from the air and release it as needed into the indoor farm. 

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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T2U Innovation Series: Utah State University

Join us to learn how the Utah State University has incorporated patented NASA technology into its curriculum. 

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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Startup NASA Feature Series: Agscent

During our Startup NASA Feature Series with Agscent, learn about this bio/agritech company that was founded on a farm in regional NSW, Australia, and how they leveraged NASA-licensed technology from Ames Research Center to develop their innovative, non-invasive, livestock breath sensing technology.

Originally recorded on (Eastern Time)
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