Students Eyeing Commercial Uses for Langley Technology

Pacemakers with longer-lasting batteries. Artificial limbs that change shape. Food packaging that allows producers, distributors and retailers to wirelessly monitor the quality of perishable items.

That’s just a sampling of the commercial products that could result from a partnership between the Technology Transfer office at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center at William & Mary in nearby Williamsburg.

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