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

SURVEY INVITATION: EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA) MICROGRAVITY AND SPACE EXPERIMENTATION STUDY

SURVEY INVITATION: EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA) MICROGRAVITY AND SPACE EXPERIMENTATION STUDY

A short survey for Telespazio VEGA for anyone involved in space research

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Chinese space scientists study human organs in space

Chinese space scientists study human organs in space

Scientists from the Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) are conducting experiments on Tianzhou-1, which launched Thursday, to study the effects of micro-gravity on embryonic stem cell proliferation and differentiation.

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Scientists to test medicine for bone loss on Tianzhou-1

Scientists to test medicine for bone loss on Tianzhou-1

Chinese scientists will use the micro-gravity environment to test the effect of 3-hydroxybutyric acid (3HB) in preventing osteoporosis

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Euclid: ESA's Search for Dark Matter & Dark Energy

Euclid: ESA's Search for Dark Matter & Dark Energy

Euclid is a mission planned by the European Space Agency (ESA) that aims to learn more about the parts of the universe we can't see — specifically, dark energy and dark matter. These form most of the universe and are thought to be responsible for the acceleration of the universe's expansion

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ESA to supply cameras for Russian lunar mission

ESA to supply cameras for Russian lunar mission

With plans to blast off to the Moon in 2019, Russia have enlisted the help of the European Space Agency (ESA) to provide high-resolution cameras necessary for the landing of the spacecraft as Russia prepares to initiate its new lunar exploration program.

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