Discover the impact of NASA's innovations on our daily lives in the 2023 NASA Spinoff edition, featuring eco-friendly food alternatives, pandemic-response ventilators, precision eye surgery, educational coding lessons and more!
Patrick Degrosse, engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, shows the guts of the ventilator that a team of NASA engineers designed in just over five weeks. The machine uses none of the parts used in traditional ventilators, so as not to compete for supply lines. Over 300 companies registered on the JPL website to learn more about the ventilator, and more than 100 applied for a license.
NASA’s Software Catalog
NASA’s Software Catalog offers hundreds of new software programs available for download at no cost.
The cover of the latest edition of NASA’s Software Catalog.
Technology Transfer Expansion
NASA Technology Transfer Expansion (T2X) accelerates the commercialization of NASA-developed technology and new venture creation through strategic partnerships, entrepreneurship activities, and engagement with academia.
Kaycie Gillette-Mallard, 2021 FedTech participant, presents her project, Video Magic, a video-based, remotely operated structural health-monitoring software.
NASA’s Spinoff Publication
NASA’s Spinoff publication highlights NASA technologies that benefit life on Earth in the form of commercial products. We’ve profiled more than 2,000 spinoffs since 1976 — there’s more space in your life than you think!