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The “express” way to perform your experiment on board the International Space Station (ISS).


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NATO experiment on NASA web site

January 15, 2021. The experiment  NATO, "Nanoparticles and Osteoporosis" directed by Doct. Livia Visai of University of Pavia and developed by Kayser Italia in 2015, published on the NASA web site. The experiment was focuesd on the development of a nanotechnology as countermeasure for the effect of the microgravity on the astronaut bone tissues and, then, on the development of new therapies against the osteoporosis on ground.

https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/nato-research-results

(photo credit NASA)


 

Bioreactor Express

The new video-promo of Bioreactorexpress Service!
Bioreactor Express Service aim to provide express way to perform microgravity experiments onboard the Internationational Space Station.
Kayser Italia can offer commercial access to the International Space Station to perform your experiment.
More info at: http://www.bioreactorexpress.com

First Bioreactor Express payload launched!

December 6, 2020 – Cape Canaveral, Florida  – Bioasteroid, the first Bioreactor Express payload, has been successfully launched on the CRS-21 from the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A at 11:17 AM ET and it is now on its way to the ISS. The experiment, conceived by Prof. Charles Cockell of the University of Edinburgh, investigates how gravity affects the interaction between microbes and rock in a liquid medium. This first payload demonstrated the fast-track access to microgravity allowed by the Bioreactor Express service (contract to launch within one year).

 


 

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