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NASA’s Johnson Space Center is offering an innovative freeze-resistant hydration system for licensing. The technology substantially improves on existing hydration systems that cannot prevent water from freezing in the tubing, container, and mouthpiece in the harshest conditions on earth.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have developed a roadway barrier system capable of slowing and capturing vehicles in high-impact collisions. Energy-absorbing straps deploy for controlled deceleration, protecting the driver from a life-threatening collision.
Innovators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have developed a filtration device to eliminate contaminants from water supplies. Originally developed to purify wastewater for reuse aboard the International Space Station, the innovation is applicable to numerous situations on Earth where there is a need to collect potable, medical-grade water from a contaminated water supply.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented an exercise apparatus that allows a user to perform resistive exercise while lying in a horizontal position. The innovation supports a user’s weight while enabling the user, lying horizontally, to perform an exercise that closely approximates a full standing squat.
Innovators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented a resistive exercise device that exerts uniform constant force over a range of motion.