Armstrong Technology Transfer Resources

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Armstrong Technology Transfer Resources

NASA Innovators' Resources

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New Technology Reporting (NTR)→
The NTR Web site allows NASA employees and parties under NASA funding agreements (i.e., contracts, grants, cooperative agreements, and subcontractors thereunder) to report new technology information directly, via a secure Internet connection, to NASA.

Go to the NTR Web site to report your technologies→

Industry and Academia Resources


Technologies Available for Licensing
Listed by "technology area of expertise," this section offers details about technologies available for licensing.

› See the technologies we have available for licensing


Learn about licensing agreements, software usage agreements, and facility usage agreements.

› Visit our licensing page


Learn how to partner with Armstrong to help co-develop a technology, participate in a shared-resource project, and use Armstrong's facilities for individual and/or cooperative research.

› Visit our partnering page


SBIR and STTR Programs→ 
The SBIR and STTR Programs provide innovations that enhance and complement Armstrong research and technology in critical mission areas. For small businesses, they provide valuable opportunities and a low-risk way to develop and commercialize their technology.

Visit the SBIR and STTR Program Web site

NASA Center-Specific Technology Transfer Office Web Sites

NASA Technology Development Resources

Benefits of Technology Transfer

Please visit these links to learn more about the successes and public benefits (past and present) derived from NASA commercialized technologies and partnerships:


IPP Hallmarks of Success 
A collection of short videos about the successful technologies developed by companies and others through NASA's Innovative Partnerships Office including Small Business Innovative Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Research (SBIR/STTR) programs.



Celebrity Public Service Announcements → 
Celebrities and legends highlight some of the technologies that have come about as a result of the Nation's aerospace investments.



Presidential Public Service Announcements→ 
Current and former Presidents speak about the myriad technologies that have resulted from facing the challenges of space flight.


Page Last Updated: March 4th, 2014
Page Editor: Lee Obringer