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NASA HUNCH DESIGN & PROTOTYPING

The Design and Prototyping HUNCH Program is a way for students of all skill levels to develop innovative solutions to problems posed by life on the International Space Station. Many of the projects are items personally requested by the International Space Station Crew to help ease living conditions aboard station, giving students the opportunity to really make an impact on the lives of Astronauts. Other projects come from Flight Crew Systems and Operational groups at NASA that need more idea development.

Students from all over the United States partner with mentors at NASA Research Centers across the country to develop unique solutions. This wide swath of ideas allows us to pull in the best ideas at each center, bringing students together nationwide to collaborate and present the very best they can offer at our Design Reviews. This year we are preparing a new schedule of design reviews to help keep the process moving forward and bring the best ideas to the forefront. Our goal is to bring the best ideas from each project together for a final review at Johnson Space Center where they can be reviewed in greater detail.

For more detailed information about the Design and Prototyping program please visit the HUNCH Design website. There you will find our detailed project list, resources about how different items work in space, and a timeline for the reviews. If students post pictures online of their projects please use #NASAHUNCH so that we can easily find them.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Glenn Johnson

Design & Prototype

glenn.f.johnson@nasa.gov

(281) 755-2823

Allison Westover

Culinary Project Manager / Design and Prototype Engineer

allison.r.westover@nasa.gov

(281) 898-2486

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