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NASA’s recent spinoff tech included better golf clubs, winery mapping, and self-driving tractors

Every year, NASA releases Spinoff, a report that profiles newest commercial technologies that evolved from research for the agency’s missions.   Spinoff 2017 included technologies with applications in a wide range of industries, including self-driving tractors, rechargeable hearing aid batteries, winery mapping technology, and golf clubs with the lowest-ever center of gravity.  The report is available … Continue reading “NASA’s recent spinoff tech included better golf clubs, winery mapping, and self-driving tractors”

Every year, NASA releases Spinoff, a report that profiles newest commercial technologies that evolved from research for the agency’s missions.  

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Spinoff 2017 included technologies with applications in a wide range of industries, including self-driving tractors, rechargeable hearing aid batteries, winery mapping technology, and golf clubs with the lowest-ever center of gravity

The report is available to read in its entirety here

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Elizabeth Segran, Ph.D., is a senior staff writer at Fast Company. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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