NASA iTech Cycle 1 Finalists Announced

We are pleased to announce the top ten finalists for Cycle 1 of the NASA iTech. These finalists were invited to present their solutions at the 2016 NASA iTech Forum in Washington, D.C.

 

Success Stories on each of our finalists are coming soon. Meanwhile, congratulations to each of our top innovators listed below in alphabetical order. (The top three finalists from the first NASA iTech Forum are distinguished with an asterisk.)


AEQUOR, INC.*

Entry Title: Novel Antibiofilm Molecules

Challenge Focus Area: Life Support Systems - Increase Oxygen Recovery


AIRBUS DS SPACE SYSTEMS MAPT TEAM

Entry Title: Real-time Omnidirectional Space Radiation Monitoring

Challenge Focus Area: Radiation - Protection and Mitigation


CONTEXT MEDICAL, INC.

Entry Title: Diagnostic Digital Biomarkers for Assisted Medical Decision Support

Challenge Focus Area: Crew Health - Medical Systems and Operations


CORNELL UNIVERSITY

Entry Title: Millimeter-Resolution RF Body Imaging by Broadband MIMO Arrays

Challenge Focus Area: Crew Health - Medical Systems and Operations


FIPLATE, INC.

Entry Title: Countermeasure for Radiation Damage in Space

Challenge Focus Area: Radiation - Protection and Mitigation


INNAMED, INC.*

Entry Title: Microfluidic Blood Testing Device Utilizing Electrochemical Sensing

Challenge Focus Area: Life Support Systems - Increase Oxygen Recovery


LIBERTY BIOSECURITY*

Entry Title: Molecules to Safely Protect Against DNA Damage Caused by Ionizing Radiation in Space.          

Challenge Focus Area: Radiation - Protection and Mitigation


OCEANIT      

Entry Title: The Virtual Medical Staff    

Challenge Focus Area: Crew Health - Medical Systems and Operations


OCEANIT      

Entry Title: Nanoenergetic Propulsion 

Challenge Focus Area: Propulsion - Energy Storage Technologies


PENN STATE SLIPS LAB    

Entry Title: A Zero-Power Biochemical Analysis Platform for Health Monitoring

Challenge Focus Area: Crew Health - Medical Systems and Operations