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The Space Environment and Experiments Branch (formerly  Electro-Physics)
NASA Glenn Research Center
Cleveland, Ohio

The Space Environment and Experiments  Branch at the NASA GRC develops the following technologies: power materials and surfaces that are both high-performance and environmentally durable as well as low temperature electronic components, to meet NASA, national, and U.S. industrial needs.

The Branch uses simple, quick, and cost effective mechanisms to provide services, on a reimbursement basis, to external companies and organizations. Interested organizations considering whether NASA GRC could perform needed tests, can contact the Space Environment and Experiments Branch by calling, writing, e-mailing, or faxing us.

Support of testing for external organizations can be accomplished on a cost-effective and timely reimbursement basis which allows test samples and/or materials to be sent directly to NASA for performing the necessary tests. Samples and materials are then returned directly back to the requesting organization. The results of all testing are held proprietary to the requesting organization.

See also, Patents

For More Information concerning the Space Environment and Experiments Branch and potential collaborative activities, contact:

    Sharon K. Miller (including Space Act Questions)                                     
    NASA Glenn Research Center                                                                                           
    21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44135      
    Telephone: (216) 433-2219                                    
    Fax: (216) 433-2221                                                     

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Last Updated: 02/01/2012