Daniel Lockney, who works with the NASA Technology Transfer Program, has a favorite spinoff from the Shuttle program: infant formula. "One of the most unusual and ubiquitous NASA spinoffs is a nutritional supplement found in 95 percent of the baby food sold in the US. It's an algae-based supplement containing nutrients previously only known to exist in breast milk. It's believed to be very important in the development of the fatty tissues in the eyes and brain. You just don't expect to find NASA in your baby food. But it's there. It's everywhere."