Virtual Events Archived

Archived Virtual Events
NASA Ames Information Technology and Software Webinar

Join us to hear about five new information technology solutions developed by NASA researchers.

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NASA's Human-Powered Ventilator Webinar

Join us to learn about this new ventilator design that can be utilized by minimally trained personnel, allowing for quick availability to areas in need.

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NASA's Cord Tension Measurement Device Webinar

Join us on July 26, 2022 to hear from the inventors about this non-Iivasive load cell technology for sensing axial-loaded cord tension.

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Startup NASA Series: J&F Alliance Group

Team members from J&F Alliance Group will be sharing how they incorporated NASA technology into their responsive augmented, virtual, and mixed reality business solutions.

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NASA's Method for Reducing Broadband Noise Webinar

NASA researchers have developed thin and lightweight broadband acoustic absorbers inspired by nature. Learn more about this new technology and how it can be commercially applied in this upcoming webinar.

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NASA's Concept for Advanced Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar Webinar

Join us to learn about this upgraded technology for globally monitoring dynamic processes on the Earth’s surface.

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T2U Innovation Series: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Join us for the first installment of this webinar series to hear from Dr. Ramy A. Rahimi, a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU).

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NASA's Electro Hydrodynamic Modular Cartridge Pump Webinar

Join us for this live webinar to learn about this micro-scale pump that only has a few key components and no moving parts, increasing the simplicity and robustness of the system.

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Startup NASA Series: Techtonic 3D

Techtonic 3D is in the process of licensing a robotic systems technology from NASA. Please join us to hear their story. Registration is free!

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NASA's Low Separation Force Quick Disconnect Device Webinar

Any companies that deal with fluid connectors, particularly in the aerospace sector, should join us to hear about the value this NASA-developed invention can provide.

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