UK Space Life and Biomedical Sciences Association

Advancing research, benefiting terrestrial health and preparing for future UK human spaceflight activities

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  • Purpose

    Purpose

    Improving C3, uniting the domain, representing the field, creating a skilled workforce and supporting member needs.

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  • Strategy R&D Themes

    Strategy R&D Themes

    Our Space LABS research and development themes.

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  • Aims and Objectives

    Aims and Objectives

    Space LABS is advancing research, benefiting terrestrial health and preparing for future UK human spaceflight activities.

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News

Novel Internet Of Things Services Using Space Capabilities

Novel Internet Of Things Services Using Space Capabilities

ESA has launched an opportunity to offer funding and support to companies for the business case assessment and development of new space enabled Internet of things (IoT) services that target relevant customer needs.

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Want to help conquer outer space? Russian universities can prepare you

Want to help conquer outer space? Russian universities can prepare you

Many professions today deal with space industries. Russia, which was the first country to send a man to outer space, has many universities to prepare specialists for space research.

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Students play key biomedical research role in space

Students play key biomedical research role in space

Several students are playing significant roles in the upcoming launch of a SpaceX rocket carrying two CU Boulder payloads - one designed to help researchers better understand and perhaps outsmart dangerous infections like MRSA

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Protection from cosmic radiation – German-Israeli space cooperation

Protection from cosmic radiation – German-Israeli space cooperation

On 31 January 2017, during the 12 International Ilan Ramon Space Conference, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Israeli Space Agency (ISA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote cooperation in the area of radiation protection for astronauts

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 NASA Finally Has a Computer That Can Survive on Venus

NASA Finally Has a Computer That Can Survive on Venus

NASA‘s Glenn Research Center team has developed extremely durable silicon carbide semiconductor integrated circuits that are tough enough to withstand the harsh conditions on Venus’ surface far better than any existing technology.

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