Recent research and development at NASA has produced many technologies that benefit the aeronautics industries.
Recent research and development at NASA has produced many technologies that benefit the aerospace industries.
Research in electronics touches many aspects of NASA missions and life here on Earth.
| Energy and Power
Innovations at NASA address the ever-growing need to reduce power consumption and improve efficiency of power generation.
| Human Health
Innovations from NASA improve our health, quality of life, and even make babies and toddlers safer and more comfortable in their car seats.
| Industrial Processes
From spray-on circuitry to superior welding technologies, NASA advances the efficiency and capabilities of many industrial processes.
NASA produces materials such as coatings and alloys that protect spacecraft, improve automobiles, and shield our military.
| Mechanical Technologies and Devices
NASA’s mechanical technologies improve and streamline product designs.
| Optics and Photonics
Emerging from NASA’s advanced optics research for space applications are numerous technologies that enhance the optics and photonics industry.
| Sensors, Instrumentation, and Communications
NASA’s engineers have developed technologies providing major leaps for sensors for monitoring and non-invasive inspections.
Much of NASA’s research and development involves a software component, and that software often has applications beyond the space program.