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 the College of William & Mary in nearby Williamsburg.

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