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Body Thermoregulation Using Skin Temperature Feedback
Thermoregulation is the process of maintaining a constant internal body temperature despite the environmental
Certain occupations, such as military, space and firefighting applications, require workers to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), which challenges the body's ability to thermoregulate due to its high insulative properties and limited permeability. In a short period of time under hot conditions, physical and cognitive performance can become severely compromised.
Current microclimate cooling (MCC) systems are primarily focused on liquid-cooled systems, however this approach has a low battery life. Therefore, a battery efficient MCC system is needed for such strenuous professions.
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Medical Technology Transfer Overview
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) Office of Research and Technology Applications (ORTA) otherwise known as the Technology Transfer Office coordinates all intellectual property licensing on behalf of all USAMRMC's subordinate laboratories from the federal sector to nonfederal parties.
The ORTA office at each subordinate laboratory coordinates Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs), Interagency Agreements (IAAs), Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), and other technology transfer transactions.
To learn more about each of USAMRMC's subordinate laboratories, use the links below or contact each ORTA office directly.