Posts Categorized: September 2016

September 2016 eNewsletter

Leveraging Life Sciences Research On the International Space Station

by Patrick O’Neill


During the construction phase of the International Space Station (ISS), the facility was billed as the ultimate learning platform—capable of enabling technologies and discoveries not possible through ground-based experimentation. Roughly four years ago, the space station was officially completed, finally allowing researchers access to this unique environment for experimentation.

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