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"18.07.2016 16:51:38" Unmanned Research Aircraft Test Cutting-Edge Innovations Aerospace testing can be costly and time consuming but a new modular, subscale remotely piloted aircraft offers NASA researchers more affordable options for developing a wide range of cutting edge aviation and space technologies.
"11.07.2016 19:07:36" WHNT News 19 Profile of NASA Fluid Structure Coupling Credit: Daniela Perallon for WHNT News 19.
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's Fluid Structure Coupling (FSC) technology is a highly efficient and passive method to control the way fluids and structures communicate and then utilize this control authority
"11.07.2016 18:48:30" Rob Berry Interview on NASA Fluid Structure Coupling Technology NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's Fluid Structure Coupling (FSC) technology is a highly efficient and passive method to control the way fluids and structures communicate and then utilize this control authority to dictate the behavior of a system.
"11.07.2016 18:37:48" NASA Fluid Structure Coupling Technology NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's Fluid Structure Coupling (FSC) technology is a highly efficient and passive method to control the way fluids and structures communicate and then utilize this control authority to dictate the behavior of a system.
"29.03.2016 20:44:57" How to License a NASA Technology Did you know that many of the technologies that NASA develops are available to you as part of our licensing program? Using NASA technology, you could create new products and services or launch a new company.
Our streamlined licensing process is
"28.07.2015 14:13:59" Marshall Space Flight Center’s Fluid Structure Coupling Technology A NASA technology originally designed to stabilize rockets could now help buildings survive earthquake damage. The patented technology, called fluid structure coupling, uses simple physics to dampen potentially harmful shaking in structures.
"22.05.2015 14:50:47" Space Exploration Makes Big Difference in Small Business NASA Administrator Charles Bolden encouraged small business leaders to “Dream Big” to mark Small Business Week 2015, highlighting NASA-developed technology that supports innovation in small businesses.
Bolden toured Compass Coffee, a Washington, DC,
"21.01.2015 15:15:07" Spinoff 2015 NASA has a long history of transferring technologies from their original mission applications to secondary uses. For example, Mars continues to be a rich destination for scientific discovery and exploration, and NASA's missions there have inspired a
"16.12.2014 14:30:51" Ultrasonic Stir Welding Technology Demonstration Solid-state welding technology has just experienced a breakthrough thanks to ultrasonic energy. Marshall Space Flight Center's new technology significantly increases welding speed and can be adapted to fit on existing friction stir welding systems.
"10.10.2014 16:19:41" Technology Transfer Portal welcome video Technology Transfer (T2) Program Executive Daniel Lockney welcomes you to the new T2 portal, your one-stop shop for everything related to NASA technologies. Visit us to browse through the agency's patent portfolio, which contains nearly 2,000 NASA te
"11.07.2014 12:04:26" NASA Spinoff with Seth Green Actor Seth Green discusses products and technology derived from NASA research, often called "spinoffs", that are being used to improve life on Earth.
A spinoff is a commercialized product that incorporates NASA technology or NASA "know how" and bene
"09.07.2014 13:09:51" Interactive Display Provides Pilots with Real-Time Sonic Boom Information Ed Haering at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center and Ken Plotkin at Wyle have developed a software system capable of displaying the location and intensity of shock waves caused by supersonic aircraft. This technology can be integrated into cockp
"09.07.2014 12:56:27" Real-Time Fiber Optic Strain and Shape Sensing (FOSS) Technology Innovators at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center have developed a lightweight, robust fiber optic sensor system that represents a major breakthrough in sensing technology. For the first time ever, real-time strain measurements can be used to det
"04.07.2014 13:59:13" NASA's Daniel Lockney on NPR's Tell Me More Technology Transfer Program executive Daniel Lockney was on NPR to talk NASA technology transfer, crowdsourcing, and more.