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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Goldin, Daniel S., Norwood, Robert L.
From healthcare & advances in computing to improvements in everyday products, technologies derived from the space program provide benefits to humankind. Three core technologies will be essential to the NASA's success: biotechnology, nanotechnology, & information technologies. Chapters: (1) highlights major R&D efforts currently carried out at the 10 NASA field centers; (2) describes commercially available products & services resulting from the transfer of NASA technologies; & (3) features NASA's Ames Research Center, & its commercialization efforts, as well as the mechanisms in place nationwide to assist U.S. industry in obtaining, transferring, & applying NASA technology, expertise, & assistance.Goldin, Daniel S. is the author of 'NASA Spinoff 2000 : Technology Transfer from NASA', published 2001 under ISBN 9780756708436 and ISBN 0756708435.