29 August 2016

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Crystals of proteins that could be useful in medical research can be grown bigger and better in space than on Earth, a new study shows

A team of researchers will launch a well-studied fungus into space with the hope that it will produce new molecules to aid in novel medicines for astronauts as well as patients on the ground

Living in the cramped, sterile accommodations aboard the International Space Station can be a psychologically challenging—virtual reality could help

Two companies have expressed interest in doing a commercial module as a precursor to an independent station, and NASA has extended the deadline for a request for information about using a docking port on the station

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