Ames Technology Partnerships

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Partnerships for the Future

A priority of the NASA Ames Technology Partnerships Office is to transfer technology developed to support American missions in aeronautics and space exploration to industry, academia and other government agencies for public benefit. This helps to create new products and services, stimulate job growth, and increase U.S. competitiveness in the global marketplace.

We urge you to learn more about our technologies available for partnerships and licensing opportunities. NASA is where ideas take flight!

NASA Ames Technology Transfer Historical Image Gallery

Throughout our center's 75-year history, members of the NASA Ames community have conducted research and invented technologies that serve our Nation's aeronautics and space missions. In many cases, we have patented and licensed those technologies and engaged in public-private partnerships to encourage the widest possible commercial applications, called "spinoffs." Click here to view a gallery of highlighted NASA Ames spinoff technologies from the 1970s up to the near-present time.

Gas Analyzer, 1989The NASA Technology Transfer Program is committed to ensuring that NASA’s investments in pioneering research and technological innovation find secondary applications that benefit the economy, create jobs and improve quality of life here on Earth. In the words of Daniel Lockney, NASA's Technology Transfer Program Executive, “the program works to bring the cutting-edge technologies developed for NASA missions down to Earth."

At the highlighted links, you can view and download a comprehensive set of NASA’s Spinoff publications featuring Ames innovations and inventions, and view hundreds of other examples of NASA spinoff technologies on the NASA Spinoff website.

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Page Last Updated: December 9th, 2014
Page Editor: Yael Kovo